The new instalment of the brilliant FIFA 15 Coins video game series is soon to be released, and EA Sports are releasing a series of trailers to get the mouths of budding fans watering all over the globe
The new instalment of the brilliant FIFA 15 Coins video game series is soon to be released, and EA Sports are releasing a series of trailers to get the mouths of budding fans watering all over the globe. "FIFA 15" will launch worldwide September on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. A Sports revealed that it will be bringing a new level of realistic gameplay to the upcoming "FIFA 15" title.Howard was also really impressed with the amount of effort and technology EA Sports is putting into making the goalkeeper more realistic.
"All the technology that goes into it, and getting into the suit and how it works and operates is pretty fascinating." He also talked about some of his goalkeeping idols mentioning Tony Meola and Paolo Maldini. And talked about his thoughts on "Chicharito" after playing against him on numerous occasions. One of the biggest changes in gameplay will be the goalkeeper position. It will not look, move and think like their real world counterparts with brand new AI that allows them to anticipate shots and passes, move with positional awareness and display an array of new animations. A version of the title will also release on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, Nintendo 3DS and the PS Vita. It is also worth noting that fans who pre-order "FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Coins Edition" will receive approximately $40 worth of FIFA Ultimate Team content including EA Sports Football Club items and game celebrations.
Speaking of cool features, the newest iteration of the world’s greatest soccer video game (due out 9/25) will include all 20 first division English stadiums (they’ve been slowly adding new arenas since the game entered the 21st century). That means Queens Park Rangers, Leicester, and oddly enough, Aston Villa, will now be included. Villa fans, to you we say congratulations — it’s about f-ing time they threw Villa Park in there. The FIFA 15 bundle is also £349.99 and will be exclusive to Europe. It’s just a normal, black Xbox One but is being used to emphasis the fact that the Xbox One version of FIFA 15 Coins PS3 is the only one with the Ultimate Team Legends game mode.