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FIFA 14 demo teams

Having already reported earlier today that the FIFA 14 demo had gone live on PC, we thought you would be interested to see a video of the FIFA 14 demo teams, which you can see above. This is a quick video to explain what teams there are, which as you know will be limited.

The list of FIFA 14 teams in the demo are Boca Juniors, Manchester City, Spurs, Bor. Dortmund, AC Milan, PSG, FC Barcelona, and the New York Red Bulls.

You will have to be prepared for some faces that were not meant to be in these teams because EA said the demo was completed before the transfer deadline. However, because this is just to give us a taste of what to expect we are sure you will be able to live with this minor issue with the FIFA 14 demo.

The FIFA 14 Xbox demo is also live, but we did inform you already that the FIFA 14 PS3 demo will be delayed by a day, and so you will have to wait until tomorrow to try out these teams.

In the video above there is no gameplay, just a list of those teams, so we thought we would include a couple of FIFA 14 demo gameplay videos for your viewing pleasure below.

You can watch Dortmund vs. Man City and Milan vs. Boca, we hope you enjoy? We are told Dortmund will be used a lot because they are a young a fast team, but which teams will you pair up?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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