Wednesday, 15 August 2018

FIFA 19 Survey: Who should be the next cover player?

A macro poll with hundreds of thousands of votes chooses who should be the substitute of Cristiano Ronaldo whenever the Portuguese stops being the favorite.


The departure of Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid to join the ranks of Juventus of Turin was settled with a mandatory change of the cover initially thought by EA for FIFA 19. It will now be the Portuguese who shows off the colors of the Italian team and, therefore, whoever is the main protagonist one more year of the cover of the video game in all its versions and regions. FIFA 19 Cheats can help you get unlimited free FIFA 19 coins.
We still do not know if he will do it alone or if he will do it accompanied by one of his new club mates, but since FIFPlay they have already commissioned a survey where nearly 3 million people have participated to express who should be the substitute of Cristiano whenever his contract with Electronic Arts ends.
The duration of that contract has never transpired, so it is not known if it is annual or longer; What is certain is that there are several candidates who arrive with great force. And they are not necessarily Leo Messi.
As with the FIFA Golden Ball dispute, names like Griezmann, Neymar, Salah or Modric began to sound like replacements of this golden decade where CR7 and the Argentine star have taken turns to raise the golden ball. These names also sound like future cover favorites. The poll, however, continues to favor Cristiano with very little difference with Lionel Messi.

FIFA 19 will be released on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on September 28.

Candidates for future FIFA cover

  1. Cristiano Ronaldo (19%, 562,473 votes)
  2. Lionel Messi (19%, 557,365 votes)
  3. Thomas Müller (19%, 553,269 votes)
  4. Mohamed Salah (19%, 551,895 votes)
  5. Neymar Jr. (16%, 461,886 votes)
  6. Javier Hernández (2%, 55,811 votes)
  7. Antoine Griezmann (1%, 41,298 votes)
  8. Robert Lewandowski (1%, 33,801 votes)
  9. Paul Pogba (1%, 18,561 votes)