For the 20-21 season, the best soccer video game is back. EA Sports has modified FIFA 21 to have the best virtual experience of the beautiful game.
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The long-running FIFA franchise developed by Electronic Arts’ sports games division, EA Sports, is still going strong. Simply look at FIFA 21, the latest iteration of the classic soccer simulator, which has been updated for the 2020-2021 season with enhancements to the simulator’s graphics and gameplay, as well as the templates of all teams specified in its database.
FIFA is a name that requires no introduction. With permission from PES, it is the most popular soccer video game today, with millions of players all over the world. The reason for this is that it provides an unrivalled game experience with its simulator, including superior graphic quality year after year, the often appealing incentive of having the official templates of all the football teams in its data base (a significant advantage over its main competitor, Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer), and the most important national and international official matches.
What’s different in FIFA 21?
We already know what the EA Sports soccer game’s historical merits are. But, for the 2020-2021 season, what makes you unique? How has it progressed? Read On.
The VOLTA Football mode returns football to its most basic form and essence: the lane. Since it is where many of the great football stars tanned before taking the jump to the grass, you can now play football matches on the street. It adjusts to this environment through techniques, filigree, and animations, as well as new worlds and scenarios that will transport us across the globe. Here, we can make and customise our own game (physical appearance and even celebrations). It’s a game mode with fast matches, storey mode, leagues, and more… By the way, the matches will be narrated by Ibai Llanos in the Spanish version.
The simulator’s enhancements have been classified into three categories. First, a new agile dribbling method for 1v1s has been added, allowing for new filigree, such as ball dribbling with a twist. Second, footballers’ artificial intelligence has been enhanced so that they can know when to be in the right position at the right moment. Third, the collision mechanism has been overhauled, resulting in smoother player encounters around the pitch and less slips and falls.
Ultimate Team is still available for us to build the team of our dreams. It will feature a hundred legendary players, including Drogba, Essien, Garrincha, Zidane, Garrincha, and Kenny Dalglish, among many others. Season goals have also been updated and extended, and new customization features have been added so that you can personalise your club. It also has a cooperative mode where you can play with a friend online and compete against other players alone or in duo in Division Rivals, the AI in Squad Battles, or in friendly matches with different rules.
The Career Mode is still evolving, with improvements that have been implemented as a result of customer feedback, and that have a significant impact on the manager mode. Press conferences and interviews with players are also part of the package. Player morale has also increased, which has an effect on their individual and team statistics.
The number of licences continues to rise, with more than 30 leagues, 700 clubs, and 17,000 players now available. The Champions League, Europa League, and Super Cup are all UEFA competitions.
FIFA 21 will be released on October 9, 2020, according to the official release date. Naturally, in addition to the PC version, it will be released on other platforms such as the PS4 and Xbox One, allowing it to cover almost the entire gamer football universe.
Versions of FIFA 21 and their prices.
The game is available in three different versions, each with a different price:
- The standard edition of FIFA 2021 costs € 59.95.
- € 79.95 for the FIFA 2021 Champions Edition.
- The annual fee for FIFA 2021 Ultimate is € 89.99.