The legendary FIFA series will see another major iteration this October, when EA SPORTS will bring FIFA 21 for Windows PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Fans of the series are hoping to see gameplay improvements, as well as new teams and leagues. While we’re not sure about the second part, gameplay improvements will surely be there.
EA SPORTS itself is ready to tell us a lot about the upcoming gameplay features from FIFA 21, as it released the official gameplay trailer several hours ago. Feel free to feast your eyes on it below:
It looks like Messi and Ronaldo were replaced this time by Mbappe and Haaland for the front stars, and there’s no wonder why. The last two footballers are much younger, and they’re already showing great potential. Cristiano Ronaldo will be 36 years old in 2021, and surely he’s far from the form he was when he was much younger.
In order to enjoy FIFA 21 on a PC, your gaming gear will need to match these recommended specifications:
- Operating System: 64-bit Windows 10
- Processor (AMD): FX 8150 @3.6GHz or something equivalent
- Processor (Intel): Core i5-3550 @3.40GHz or something equivalent
- Memory: 8 GB of RAM
- Graphics card (AMD): Radeon R9 270X or something equivalent
- Graphics card (NVIDIA): GeForce GTX 670 or something equivalent
The latest game of the series, FIFA 20, has some pretty significant shortcomings. Many players had been complaining about the gameplay being sluggish and unrealistic. The footballers are hitting the post too much, all balls go to the opponent in plenty of moments, the players will lose matches regardless of how good they are, the Ultimate Team mode is awful in many ways, and so on. FIFA 21 is expected to solve all those problems.
FIFA 21 will also become available for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X when the two next-generation consoles will arrive in stores in December.