This year's version will boast 'HyperMotion' technology on more advanced consoles which will offer a more realistic player movement experience than ever before, while other highlights include a 'create your own club' mode and 'Hero' cards on Ultimate Team.
Ahead of Friday's big release, we've taken a look at the game's career mode - which allows players to make transfer, manage and play as their chosen club - and tallied up the overall squad value of Barnsley, as well as every Championship side.
We've also taken a look at every club's most valuable player, and the average player value based upon the number of footballers in each squad and the overall team value.
This is how the Tykes’ overall career mode squad valuation ranks alongside the rest of the Championship:
5. Blackburn Rovers
Overall team value: £51.96m. Most valuable player: Ryan Nyambe - £4.3m. Number of players: 30. Average player value: £1.732m (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)
Photo: Alex Livesey
6. Stoke City
Overall team value: £54.85m. Most valuable player: Abdullah Sima - £6.47m. Number of players: 29. Average player value: £1.89m. (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)
Photo: Justin Setterfield
7. Nottingham Forest
Overall team value: £51.82m. Most valuable player: Philip Zinckernagel - £5.6m. Number of players: 29. Average player value: £1.79m. (Photo by Nigel Roddis/Getty Images)
Photo: Nigel Roddis
Overall team value: £49.94m. Most valuable player: John Swift - £6.475m. Number of players: 29. Average player value: £1.72m. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)
Photo: Richard Heathcote