EA Sports is already riding high on soccer buzz with the pending release of FIFA 14, coming to current and next-gen consoles later this year. Now they’ve come up with another way to get soccer fans excited: Welcome to FIFA World.

The company introduced the free-to-play downloadable soccer game for PC over the weekend, set for release in Brazil and Russia. The game will feature the same award winning gameplay as the console versions of the game, as well as 30 officially licensed leagues, the FIFA Ultimate Team mode, the return of Seasons mode and over 600 clubs to choose from.

The game currently is currently in closed beta over at the official FIFA World site, where players can sign up and take part in the action.

“Brazil and Russia are priority markets for EA Sports and especially our FIFA brand. We are excited to bring to these markets a custom-built, free-to-play PC experience developed around FIFA Ultimate Team,” said Matt Bilbey, Senior Vice President and Group General Manager for EA Sports. “FIFA World will be a fun new way to play FIFA for new fans.”

No word yet if the game will be released in other markets, as FIFA 14 is still pending.

Source: BusinessWire