FIFA 14 ‘next gen’ skills video

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With FIFA 14 set to be released on the Xbox One at midnight, it seemed like an ideal time to showcase some of the amazing skills and tricks that gamers can perform on the new console.

The ‘next generation’ machines have given EA Sports a fantastic opportunity to take this award-winning franchise to the next level, and the game’s makers haven’t disappointed with incredible use of the ‘ignite’ engine.

With Microsoft’s big launch tonight, it’s understandable that there is such huge hype around FIFA on the new Xbox – who have exclusive rights to the ‘legends’ in the Ultimate Team mode.

However, Sony releases the Playstation 4 next week, and it shouldn’t be forgotten that the game’s graphics will be similar on both consoles when both go on general sale.

Speaking of graphics, and this video shows gamers what they can expect if they invest in a new ‘toy’ for Christmas.

Faces are instantly recognisable, whilst the gameplay appears much more realistic as players stumble past each other.

The out-of-match footage is pretty special as well, with incredible stadium views, as well as your standard pre-match presentations and handshakes.

That’s all irrelevant for the gamer who simply wants to play however, and it’s little touches like the definition in the grass and the casual pre-free-kick shrug of the shoulders from a certain Cristiano Ronaldo that makes all the difference.

Don’t just take our word for it – check out the brilliant video from FifaRalle at the top of this story…

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