What you need to know
- FIFA 21 is the next installment in the yearly franchise.
- Today, it got a new gameplay trailer detailing major changes.
- The footage seems like a refinement over past iterations.
- FIFA 21 hits Xbox One on October 9 on the Microsoft Store.
FIFA 21 is the next installment in the yearly franchise it's coming to Xbox One and PC on October 9. Today, publisher EA revealed new details about the project, along with a rather spectacular gameplay trailer.
You can take a look at it below.
According to Windows Central's Anthony Nash, the biggest addition to the game has to be the revamped Career mode. There's a new interactive match simulator that allows players to jump in and out of games to capitalize on key moments, like a free kick or penalty.
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