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In a rare break from tradition, the publisher said on Monday it was forgoing a pre-release demo so that it can “focus our development team’s time on delivering the best full game experience for current & next-gen consoles.”
A FIFA 21 gameplay trailer released last month showcased several new features including Agile Dribbling, Creative Runs, a reimagined collision system, plus updates to passing and blocking.
FIFA 21 will also offer new co-operative experiences for Volta, the street football mode introduced in FIFA 20, and FIFA Ultimate Team.
EA has said the yet-to-be-dated next-gen version of FIFA 21 will include “blazing fast” load times, deferred lighting and rendering, and enhanced animation technology, among other features.