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Man UTD’s hate for FIFA 12 download today

Yesterday we reported how FIFA 12 fans will be able to get their hands on the game today, but what we did not tell you is the details of the early download and also fans of Man UTD’s hate for the game. We already discussed how you need to be an EA Season Ticket holder to get it, so now we will tell you the other details that were missed out.

The EA Sports Football Club Challenge will see you playing Chelsea, and will be doing your best to fight your way back from an aggressive Manchester United, who are beating you 3-1. The aim is to fight your way back and try to take the win. We cannot see fans of the biggest football team in the world too impressed with this, because if they want to play the early download then they will have to put on those blue shirts — cannot see that happening.

For those who take up the challenge, then you will be rewarded with some XP. This offer is only limited until the officially retail release, so you had best hurry. However, The Telegraph does warn that the download will take around 5 hours, as it is such a huge file. That is not the only good reason to own an EA Season Ticket, the other is how you can generate your own players, teams etc. The cost of this is 2100 Microsoft Points, read below for details in how to obtain this ticket, which in real money terms will cost just over £17.

Visit The Telegraph for a step-by-step guide. We forgot to mention that once that retail version is released next week, then your digital copy will stop working, You have to ask yourself if you are willing to waste just over £17 for just a few days play, as you will then have to pay for the physical copy as well?

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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