FIFA 21 is awaited to arrive in two months for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. Furthermore, the football-simulation game will also become available for the next-generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft: PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, respectively.
A lot of football fans around the world are hoping that the next game from the FIFA series will solve the problems of FIFA 20. Judging by the gameplay trailer from above, chances are significant that FIFA 21 will bring significant improvements.
No more “Shush” and “A-OK”
The “Shush” and “A-OK” goal celebrations will be removed from the FIFA series along with the 21st iteration that will arrive on October 9. The developers from EA SPORTS justified the decision by suggesting that those previously-mentioned celebrations are encouraging toxic player behavior. More precisely, players who have received a goal during online matches were forced to watch some celebrations that would take outrageously long at the will of the player scoring the goal.
Thankfully, the system requirements for FIFA 21 are not too high compared to the ones for the previous game, FIFA 20. In order to play the next iteration of the FIFA series on a PC, it’s recommended that your machine will feature the following specifications:
- Operating System: 64-bit Windows 10.
- Processor (AMD): FX 8150 @3.6GHz or Equivalent.
- Processor (Intel): Core i5-3550 @3.40GHz or Equivalent.
- Memory: 8 GB of RAM.
- Graphics card (AMD): Radeon R9 270X or Equivalent.
- Graphics card (NVIDIA): GeForce GTX 670 or Equivalent.
EA SPORTS promises to take FIFA 21 at a whole new level of football magic. The upcoming game will be upgraded with new features like Competitor Mode, Creative Runs, Agile Dribbling, Smoother Encounters, Positioning Personality, and more.
FIFA 21 will also have new footballers as the cover stars. The French footballer and World Champion Mbappe and the Norwegian striker Haaland from Dortmund will appear on the game’s cover images.