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FIFA Online 3 was a free-to-play massively multiplayer online football game which was announced on 13 August 2012 and entered the 1st closed beta on 20 September 2012 to 23 September of that same year in South Korea. On December 18, 2012, it was released in South Korea.

The game is currently available in other regions, including Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia and China. Players from other locations can join these regions’ servers to play the game, although latency may be an issue. It has been announced by Garena, that FIFA Online 3 will shut down its services on June 30, 2020.

Features

Leagues

FIFA ONLINE 3 Featuring over 30 leagues including 15,000 players from all over the world. Players can either play single-player through a season, or play against other online players. Playing matches earns you EP, which is the in-game currency used to buy players and items. FIFA Online 3’s gameplay is similar to FIFA 11, with added support for multiplayer online play. Players can play custom matches of up to 5 players a side. An online transfer market to buy or sell players, a club system and a premium (cash) item shop are also available. On 15th March 2016, FIFA Online 3 released their new Impact Engine 2.0 and 2016 roster update, which changes its gameplay interface similar to FIFA 13. (Singapore/Malaysia server)

Only this version leagues

Leagues
  • South KoreaK League Challenge
Rest of the World
  • China Beijing Guoan FC
  • China Beijing Renhe FC
  • China Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao FC
  • China Shanghai Greenland Shenhua FC
  • China Shandong Luneng Taishan FC

Stadiums

Real world

  • Anfield
  • Old Trafford
  • Camp Nou
  • Signal Iduna Park
  • Emirates Stadium
  • Etihad Stadium
  • Santiago Bernabéu
  • Allianz Arena
  • San Siro
  • Stamford Bridge
  • Stade Gerland
  • Parc des Princes
  • King Power Stadium

Fictional

  • Generic Stadium NG

Commentary

Bae Sung-Jae and Park Moon-Sung are FIFA Online 3's Korean commentators. They are Seoul Broadcasting System's (SBS) Association football commentators. In the English version, the commentators are Martin Tyler and Andy Gray. He Wei, who use the fake identity of Andy Gray in the game, and Huang Jianxiang commentate for the Chinese version. In Vietnam, Hoàng Long and Quang Tùng are FO3's Vietnamese commentators.

Soundtracks

Covers

External links

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