FIFA 21: Kylian Mbappe & Erling Haaland's celebrations will feature in the game

The 'Mbappe cry' is coming to FIFA 21...

The FIFA 21 reveal trailer is officially live.

EA Sports released the footage today at 4pm and it's understandably got lovers of the franchise rather excited.

The company have announced a host of exciting tweaks to the game, including the introduction of FUT Co-Op mode on Ultimate Team.

However, fans of the franchise will have to wait until August for FIFA 21's full reveal, which will likely include the highly-anticipated player ratings.

So for now, we'll have to just cherry-pick information from the reveal trailer, which you can view in full below.

One thing we've spotted from the trailer is the introduction of two new celebrations; Kylian Mbappe's 'crying baby' and Erling Haaland's 'yoga pose'.

Mbappe's celebration on FIFA 21 Haaland's celebration on FIFA 21

Now, don't mind us, we're just going to hold a minute's silence for all the controllers out there...

Just picture the scene, you're 1-0 up in FUT Champs with just two minutes to go and your opponent scores a flukey rebound goal and pulls out the 'Mbappe cry'.

Then, while your rage levels are close to maximum, they proceed to score a second lucky goal in the last-minute and pull out the prolonged 'Haaland yoga pose' to celebrate.

It sends a shiver down the spine just thinking about it. Someone needs to make a petition to make skipping celebrations on FIFA 21 a legal requirement.

To quote Reverend Lovejoy's wife in The Simpsons: "Won't somebody please think of the controllers?!"

Away from the introduction of rage-inducing celebrations, EA Sports have also announced that Career Mode is getting a much-needed revamp.

The new 'Interactive Match Sim', an improved system for growing players and enhanced opposition AI are the standout tweaks announced so far. You can view the full list of new features by clicking HERE.

We've been crying out for changes to Career Mode for years and this time around, it looks as if EA Sports have finally listened.

FIFA 21's career mode sim

After the disaster that was FIFA 20, they certainly have some making up to do.

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