FIFA 16 will give players more emotion in their game than we’ve ever seen

The annual FIFA game launches this September and EA have revealed the formats on which you will be able to have a kick about.

Of course, there will be PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One versions and as expected the game will also launch on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii. Gamers on the move will be able to play on 3DS and PlayStation Vita but there will not be a version for the Wii U, presumably because of the low install base. The Wii, 3DS and PS Vita versions are labelled as a “Legacy Edition” which probably means the same game as last year but with updated players and stats. The PS3 and Xbox 360 are listed as getting ”a version of FIFA 16″ but “not all game features are available on all gaming platforms”.

FIFA 16 will give players more emotion in their game than we’ve ever seen. Whether scoring a goal or scoring then realising they were offside, players will react to these situations in realistic ways we would see in real football games. All players will also have changing attitudes towards their fellow team-mates. From clapping their hands for a team-mate who has played well or shaking their head if they’ve had a bad game, and if a few scrappy tackles rub a player the wrong way, they won’t hesitate to let you know. All of this shows that FIFA 16 will provide all the real emotions a player goes through during a game.

All of these features will make the game look more realistic than ever before but the gameplay itself is the most important aspect and this will also see some improvements. The 360 degree movement of the players has been changed to incorporate a fully smooth 360 degree control system with the ball and player responding in all directions.

Want to do a cunning 180 degree turn? Don’t expect your player to take several touches on the way round in a series of small intervals – it’ll now happen in one smooth movement, just like an actual pro would do, with less able players occasionally making a hash of it. It will also take into account the players stronger foot, with a predominately left footed player such as recently announced cover star Lionel Messi more likely to lead with their left foot like in real life. I am hoping this will also mean that players who are very one sided in real life will be the same in the game, far too often I see gamers on FIFA hit spectacular goals, crosses or though balls with players that would not dream of using their weaker foot in real life.

FIFA 16 is expected to release in September this year. Are you enjoying the World Cup? Are you excited for FIFA 16? Leave us a comment to let us know.
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