FIFA 14 release amazing new ‘next gen’ trailer

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Just weeks after FIFA 14 was released for current consoles, EA Sports have got pulses racing with a new trailer for Playstation 4 and Xbox One.

The two next generation machines are set for release towards the end of November, with the new FIFA title sure to be one of the biggest sellers in the lead-up to Christmas.

And, if there was any doubt about how good the game is going to be, then these trailers certainly put that thinking to bed.

There’s plenty of pre-action footage in this 101 second clip, before getting down to business with some of the brilliant new features to look out for.

In-air play, precision movement, elite technique and pro instincts are the four key areas of focus, as David Silva, Mario Balotelli, Radamel Falcao and Lionel Messi all find the back of the net.

It really is an exciting time to be a computer game player, and the new FIFA is sure to be a hit with football fans around the world!

Watch the brand new trailer at the top of this story…

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