With the official reveal trailer for FIFA 21 out now, EA Sports has gone ahead and dropped all of the new features coming to the game when it launches on October 9 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
Coming to the game this year are improvements to gameplay, Career Mode, Ultimate Team, Volta Football, and more. You can check out some of the changes coming below and at the game’s official website.
From EA Sports Press Release:
Fans of Career Mode can take their team to the top by managing every moment, with new innovations that create additional depth in matches, transfers, and training. Career Mode also delivers a huge leap in gameplay interactivity to control the outcome of every game with the Interactive Match Sim, a revamped growth system to better manage Player Development, and more.
FIFA 21 continues to raise the bar and bring fans the most intelligent gameplay to date with all-new dynamic attacking systems that provide more realistic and informed movements to build on the intensity of 1v1 gameplay. A range of new features brings this enhanced gameplay realism to life. Agile Dribbling puts more tools at the player’s disposal when facing a defender. Positioning Personality elevates in-game intelligence to match the real-world understanding of space and time in football. Creative Runs gives players new options for off the ball moments. While the Natural Collision System utilises brand new animation systems to create smoother player interactions all over the pitch.
VOLTA FOOTBALL also delivers a more realistic and rewarding experience, with new game pace and intelligent squad movements, unique style expressions with customizable VOLTA AVATARS, and 20 unique pitches across six continents to truly experience the soul of the streets. Additionally, discover the world of street football through the narrative-based storyline, THE DEBUT, that features some of the biggest names in the game, including legendary footballer, Kaká and world-renowned freestyler, Lisa Zimouche.
FIFA Ultimate Team
In FIFA Ultimate Team, players can make their FUT Club truly unique with a range of new and expanded ways to customise the look of both the pitch and the stands. And for players upgrading to the next generation consoles using Dual Entitlement*, One FUT Club enables FUT Clubs to carry over from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5 or Xbox One to Xbox Series X and back again with cross-gen transfer markets and leaderboards.
Experience unrivalled authenticity with over 17,000 players and 700+ teams alongside more than 90 stadiums and 30+ leagues connecting players to The World’s Game. Additionally, celebrate football glory with exclusive access to global competitions including UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, CONMEBOL Libertadores, CONMEBOL Sudamerica, Premier League, Bundesliga, and LaLiga Santander.
Though the features have been revealed, EA Sports says that more information will be given during a “full reveal” in August.
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