EA Sports FIFA World Gets a New Gameplay Engine
EA Sports FIFA World launches today a new gameplay engine, introducing to the game major gameplay innovations, a new visual design and more than one thousand gameplay animations. The new engine adds gameplay features from previous FIFA franchise titles, such as Attacking Intelligence, which gives teammates the ability to analyze the play and better position themselves to create a variety of attacking opportunities, and Complete Dribbling adds creativity in attack by allowing fans to utilize precise dribble touches while facing defenders.
Also included in the update, First Touch Control, adds realism and variety in gameplay by eliminating near-perfect ball control and Tactical Free Kicks gives fans the option to position up to three attacking players over the ball, providing additional passing options and dummy runs, and resulting in elaborate free kicks. The new gameplay features are complemented by the addition of more than , helping to keep fans immersed in the action on the pitch.
“The new engine gives fans an even better, more realistic football experience while still keeping the game fun and accessible for fans around the world.” said Line Producer Alex Grimbley. ”And it all comes only six weeks after our New Season update, where we gave fans the ability to keep and use players from previous seasons in their current FIFA Ultimate Team squads, allowing fans even more possibilities when building their teams.”
Players will immediately notice visual upgrades, including a new modernized look for the user interface and match presentation. The match experience has been enhanced by the addition of commentary adopted from FIFA 15, and six new stadiums have been added, including Villa Park, Boleyn Ground (Upton Park), The KC Stadium and the Liberty Stadium. Also the game is now fully localized in Italian, with both interface and commentary, featuring Pierluigi Pardo and Stefano Nava.
Check out the gameplay trailer for the new engine: