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FIFA 19: How to Change Commentary Team

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FIFA 19: How to Change Commentary Team

How to Change Commentary Team in FIFA 19

While we’re getting the usual bout of tweaks and improvements in FIFA 19 that we’re used to, such as updated rosters, some on-the-pitch gameplay improvements, and some new features in the ever-popular Ultimate Team mode, there’s also some neat, minor additions. One of these is a new commentary team in the form of Derek Rae and Lee Dixon, a welcome change from the long-running Martin Tyler and Alan Smith partnership. There’s only so many times we can hear Martin say the same lines over and over again! Here’s what you need to know to change commentary team in FIFA 19.

Chances are, then, that you’re probably here to find out how to change commentary in FIFA 19. Unfortunately, we’ve got some bad news for you. The commentary team that you’ll hear in each match in the game is completely automatic and cannot be changed.

If you’re playing in a Champions League game in Journey or Kick-Off mode, you’ll have Derek Rae and Lee Dixon as your commentators for the game. And then if you’re playing any other game at all in any of FIFA 19‘s game modes, you’ll have the standard team of Martin Tyler and Alan Smith.

While this may come as disappointing news to some, there’s always the chance that EA could patch the ability to change commentary team in the game at a later date. However, that would likely require new audio recordings that are probably unlikely before FIFA 20.

It’s highly unlikely that that’s going to change, but we can always hope. For now, if you want to change commentators in FIFA 19, you’ll have to switch up the game modes you’re playing.

For more tips, tricks, and guides on FIFA 19, be sure to check out our FIFA 19 wiki. We’ll be continuing to update this throughout the season with helpful tips for SBCs, Ultimate Team in general, and plenty more.

A UK History graduate, Chris is a firm believer that Bioshock is the pinnacle of video game storytelling. He spends his days playing games, watching TV, or desperately attempting to improve his movie knowledge. You can follow him on Twitter @ChrisJecks, or email him at [email protected]

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