EA Sports latest teaser has revealed that all 20 Barclays Premier League stadiums will feature in the latest addition to the FIFA franchise, as a part of a new deal between EA and the Premier league.
Only eight stadiums from the English top division featured in the game last year – Old Trafford, Etihad Stadium, Anfield, Emirates Stadium, Stamford Bridge, Goodison Park, White Hart Lane and St James’ Park – however, football fans will be able to live the full Premier League experience from September.
It has also been revealed that the game will feature real chants, personalised to each particular team, as well as Premier League and club sponsor branding around the stadiums.
These features are only the latest to be revealed, in an instalment which looks on track to top its predecessor.
Ball control has been improved once again, and EA have gone to great lengths in order to add a personal touch to each player. The ball will now spin and move depending on the body part it comes in to contact with.
Each player has now also been given emotions. Each individual player could now go from calm to raging within moments, due to a range of factors. For example, if your star striker continuously misses the target, his team-mates may begin to show signs of frustration when he goes for goal.
There’s even a chance of a punch-up. If you put in a dangerous challenge on an opponent, THIS might just happen.. Hopefully getting Luis Suarez angry will make him start munching on people, too.
Each year I tell myself that I’ll skip a year, because it probably won’t be much different to the previous edition, but EA always find a way to keep me buying.
FIFA 15 will be released on 23 September in North America and on the 25 September across Europe.