Set for release on April 24, the EA Canada developed game will require FIFA 12 to play and set you back £15.99 / 1800 MS Points / 2500 FIFA Points on PC.
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It’s the first release of its kind to come as a DLC expansion for another EA Sports game.
Explaining the new strategy, the publisher pointed out that FIFA 12 is the best-selling title in the franchise’s history with over ten million units shifted.
“We felt this was the best way to extend that experience and deliver fresh new content to our fans,” it said.
“We expect that some fans who may not have FIFA 12 will want to play Euro 2012 and therefore purchase both, but the bigger opportunity for us is to offer our loyal and passionate FIFA fans new content.”