With the introduction of their new addition to the FIFA computer game series, EA SPORTS have seemingly streamlined their position as the best football game producers on the planet and have surely taken-over the virtual footballing world.
FIFA 14 carries some amazing features for its eagerly awaiting customers and it seems that the wait is surely worth it.
EA Sports has released the Official Gameplay Video of the next edition to their world-class FIFA game series – FIFA14.
The latest addition to the FIFA game series, FIFA 14 boasts of new amazing features such as:
Pure shooting, whereby the players will have to wait for the perfect time and position to take their shots else their shots will be fired wide or will be blocked by defenders.
The all new FIFA 14 comes with real ball physics that is the movement of the ball in air and on ground will resemble that of the real world.
FIFA 14 has the all new precision dribbling which gives users full control over dribbling, allowing turns at any angle which was previously restricted to 22.5 degrees.
Protecting the ball is another latest addition to the most popular football game on the planet.
Other features include variable dribble touches, sprint dribble turn, team-mate intelligence etc.
So, it seems that the competitors of FIFA will have very little to work on - so we will have to wait and watch what Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer has to offer - but it seems unlikely that something as real as FIFA could be made.
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