The first official trailer for FIFA 21 is here and it looks pretty darn special.
EA Sports gave fans a sneak preview of the up coming game last night at EA Play Live after delaying the event by one week due to the 'Black Lives Matter' movement.
The company also announced that the new game with be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on October 9.
If you pre-order the Ultimate Edition of Champions Edition of FIFA 21, you will be able to play three days earlier on October 6.
The trailer released last night doesn't reveal too much, but the graphics on show look as stunning as ever - lets just pray for some improved gameplay this time around!
Not bad, eh? The clips of Liverpool fans and Anfield from the outside are particularly eye-catching.
EA Sports also confirm on their official website the introduction of 'dual entitlement', which will allow users to transfer their copy of FIFA 21 to a next-gen console.
So if you buy the game on PlayStation 4 in October, you can install it on the PlayStation 5 when it is released with all your saved data at no extra cost.
More news on changes to Ultimate Team, Career Mode, VOLTA and other games modes will come in August.
It's also highly likely FIFA 21's cover star will be revealed at the same time.
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