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New cinematic trailer has us HYPED for the soccer game’s release

GOALS is a brand new free football game, still in development, but with more information constantly coming out.

The company’s latest release is a cinematic trailer, which encapsulates the feel and ideas behind their game, but doesn’t say too much about the gameplay itself.

Check it out and the previous trailer below.

Cinematic Trailer

The hype is starting to build around the GOALS game, with a new cinematic trailer unveiled.

The trailer is gorgeous, creating a futuristic atmosphere that places players like football machines.

Unfortunately, we’re still waiting to see actual gameplay footage, and no matter how visually appealing it may be, that’s what fans want to see.

Release date

GOALS remains in early development and was only announced on July 22, 2021.

So, there is no confirmed release date yet, but we will keep you updated with any information regarding when you can get your hands on the next version.


The first trailer was released on the official GOALS YouTube channel on December 14, 2021.

Watch the official trailer below:

Unfortunately, this trailer didn’t offer any gameplay insights.

The announcement trailer highlights that the game is “esports ready”, so we can’t wait to see what that really means in the weeks to come.


Cross-play will be a big feature for GOALS, with the game being playable on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.

We think it’s pretty safe to say that GOALS will be available on both previous and next-gen consoles.

What to expect

GOALS will feature a marketplace similar to that found in FIFA Ultimate Team, except that all items will be fully owned by the player.

The game’s official website states the following:

“Each asset will belong entirely to the player and can be traded freely in an open market. The choice will be easy when you compare GOALS to other football games: enjoy better gameplay and get rewarded for your time. Play-AND- win.

It’s not just the game’s free-to-play model that should challenge FIFA and eFootball, Goals is also looking to take over the competitive scene.

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