And that means that EA now enter the very final stages of FIFA 13 development before the game goes “gold” and those all important disks get printed.
But the landscape of FIFA 13 has as always shifted violently on the final day of transfer activity and with big spending Man City picking up Javi Garcia, Maicon, Scott Sinclair, Nastasic and ummm Richard Wright so you’d expect them to be the weapon of choice online along with Chelsea, Real Madrid and of course Barcelona.
Elsewhere it was a good window for Spurs who failed to bring in Moutinho but did managed to grab Dempsey and Lloris before the deadline closed, both for bargain fees. Arsenal and Liverpool fans on the other hand will now have to look to Career Mode to right the wrongs of their clubs lack of spending last night and for that reason the next 27 days are likely to be even more depressing.
But that’s it, FIFA 13′s final hurdle has been jumped and now it’s time to focus on the demo and the all important release on the 25th/28th September.
Who do you think was the best deadline day deal, and who do you think was the worst? Vent your anger or joy at your teams last minute deals in the comments.