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FIFA 21 Arrives on Next Gen This Holiday Season


EA Sports announced FIFA 21 will be delivering the most authentic matchday experience on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 later this year.

FIFA 21 Arrives on Next Gen Consoles

As of today, EA unveiled plans to deliver FIFA 21 on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. The next gen version launches December 4. According to EA, the power of new consoles combined with an enhanced Frostbite engine will able the game to go further. Players will experience faster load times and upgraded visuals. Additionally, there will be improvements to audio and player movement.

Visuals in FIFA 21 have been reimagined for next generation consoles. The brand new EA SPORTS GameCam brings a feel similar to live broadcasts. The game also uses LiveLight Rendering. EA says this lighting system enhances every aspect of the on-pitch experience. Audio includes thousands of authentic chants captured exclusively from the world’s biggest competitions, including the Premier League, La Liga and the Bundesliga.


New Frostbite enhancements aim to bring new levels of player fidelity. Fans will notice deeper definition in player physiques. This includes flexing muscles and strand-based hair on some of the top footballers. All this and more combines with the new dynamic lighting to accentuate a whole new level of detail. In addition to visuals, there are new pre-game cinematics. Players can see new immersive bits like team buses arriving prior to kick-off and much more.

Those who buy FIFA 21 for PlayStation4 and/or Xbox One can get the PlayStation 5 and/or Xbox Series X|S version for free. Current gen progress can then be used with next gen thanks to cross-gen saves.

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