FIFA 21 is about to be officially released and has already been tested by the greatest experts in the industry, and here we will leave you the first general impressions of the game, detailing a bunch of gameplay modifications, graphic improvements and much more.
Of course, it should be clarified that the comments that you will see below correspond to the version of the game that will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, since the version for the next-gen consoles do not yet have a confirmed release date.
Now, let’s start talking about all the new stuff that FIFA 21 brings compared to its predecessor. Check it out.
FIFA 21 gameplay improvements and modifications.
FIFA 21 received a lot of modifications in its gameplay that have considerably changed the game experience and the way users should play to get the best out of their team, both in defense and attack.
For example, footballers will now be able to do a series of much faster, more unbalancing and customized agile dribbles in order to dodge defenders, so fast players will be very important in your squad and tactics.
Likewise, users will now be able to manually control the running direction of players that are not carrying the ball on offense, so planning plays and catching opponents off guard will be much easier in this new iteration of the saga, although it requires a good dose of ability to do it effectively.
The counterattacks will be more effective and the wingers will have more responsibility in the offensive actions of the teams that play with possession of the ball. Without a doubt, an aspect that will completely revolutionize the game of many users in FUT future.
In addition, as EA Sports announced in one of their reports, a new collision system has been implemented that makes clashes and disputes between footballers more realistic.
A new difficulty has been added to the CPU.
Another thing that FIFA users had been asking for was the inclusion of a harder difficulty and, finally, EA Sports has heard their prayers.
This new difficulty will allow the CPU to use dribbles and skills that in the previous installments they could not use. If you are one of those users who used to train players in FIFA Ultimate Team against the CPU, maybe it is better that you think about buying FIFA Coins, because you will need the best players in the game to beat the CPU in this new difficulty.
Finally, changes have also been incorporated in basic aspects such as ball passes, shots and crashes, all in order to deliver a more solid and balanced gameplay, despite the short time frame that EA Sports had due to the COVID-19 situation that has affected the whole world this year.
FIFA 21 has hit the stores on October 9, 2020 on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia and PC. The FIFA 21 release date for next-gen consoles PS5 and Xbox Series X/S hasn’t been confirmed yet. If you need more FIFA 21 coins for your game, you can head to FUTeamGo store.
(Contributed by José D. Villalobos; Edited by Hermes_Fang)