FIFA 21 announces its improvements on PS5 and Xbox Series

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FIFA 21 announces its improvements on PS5 and Xbox Series

When Zlatan is not happy with FIFA 21 and EA, Zlatan engages in a fight with the publisher and the latter reminds him of the contract signed for the use of his image in the game. But we are not here for these little stories.

The real question is rather: What will FIFA 21 look like on PS5 and Xbox Series when it’s expected update on December 4, 2020? The question is quickly answered young virtual footballers.

SSD series requires, loading times will be ultra-lowplus, the best in terms of cameras filming the action, sound design, movements/animations of football stars and stadiums in which they evolve.

Either, but still? These improvements will be possible thanks to four elements:

  • There EA Sports GameCam: obviously, that “is inspired by the very best broadcasts”without further details
  • THE Live Light Rendering: it concerns more advanced lighting to beautify the ground you walk on during your encounters
  • THE EA Sports Atmospheric Audio: for something “never seen in sports video games”which will be based in particular on the recording of chants of supporters during real matches this time
  • THE Real Player Motion Technology: who brings him “more authentic behaviors” with the jersey pulling, the stroller to take the baballe.. And the Zidane whim too?!

Concerning everything that appeals to players on the field, we are told of a focus on the contraction of the muscles of the stars following a strikea sparkling hair (that will make Cristiano Ronaldo happy), which will therefore be sublimated by the overall rendering. Whiter than white what!

In addition, also count on new pre-game cutscenes (e.g. footballers arriving on their bus, agitated fans), reactions as much for pro players – on and off the field – as for serious amateurs ready to do anything to live their favorite sport vicariously.

PS5

Got your hands on Sony’s latest console? The PS5 will take advantage of its DualSense with in-game implementation of haptic feedback to feel the impact of shots, passes, tackles and match tempo.

Should I redeem everything on current-gen?

No, of course! Hooray! Good with the saving made, give your sioux for the FUT my good people!

If you buy FIFA 21 on PS4 and Xbox One, the PS5 and Xbox Series (X, S) version will be free.

There’s just one point to pay attention to if you have a physical FIFA of the old generation but a dematerialized console: contact EA via the following link for the purpose of claim an update code to compensate for the lack of an optical drive on the PS5 Digital Edition and on the Series S.

Finally finished, here are the bonus images

Note, little reminder

Volta, one of the game’s modes, will welcome stars who have nothing to do with the subject, including Dua Lipa.

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