GameSpot UK writes: "The huge number of tweaks and improvements will keep Rutter and his team in Vancouver busy for a while yet, but it's clear that there's still plenty for them to reveal. April is the earliest that EA Sports has ever shown its annual franchise, and the company promised that more details will be revealed over the coming months. It's a good sign that EA Sports is ready to show off FIFA 10 at this relatively early stage, and given how much we enjoyed last year's game, we can't wait to see all of the tweaks come together. If our play was anything to go by, FIFA 10 will offer an even smoother and more seamless experience than before. We'll be keeping our scouts assigned to track the game as it progresses toward its Q3 09 release date, so expect more info very shortly".