There are certain dates that are marked on every single footballer’s calendar each year. The start of the new domestic season, the UEFA Champions League Final, club derbies, and then the release of the latest rendition of the award winning game from EA Sports, FIFA. A new trailer has been released for FIFA 13 which is set to be released on September 28th, and we have also gathered more information on the game in case you’re interested.
1st Touch Control
Battle for possession across the entire pitch
The way players control the ball has been transformed, eliminating near-perfect touch for every player on the pitch, and creating more opportunities for defenders to win back possession. Poor passes are harder to control, enabling defenders to capitalise on errant balls and poor touches. Factors such as defensive pressure, trajectory of the ball, and velocity of the pass all factor into a player’s success.
The most sophisticated artificial intelligence ever achieved infuses players with the ability to analyze space, work harder and smarter to break down the defence, and think two plays ahead. Players will make runs that pull defenders out of position and open up passing channels for teammates, and curve, or alter runs to capitalise on openings as they occur.
Experience freedom and creativity in attack
Inspired by Lionel Messi, experience the freedom and control to be more creative in attack. Face an opponent to threaten attack while moving with the ball in any direction utilizing precise dribble touches to dodge tackles, or turn and shield the ball, holding off defenders for longer stretches. With Complete Dribbling it’s easier to be more dangerous in 1v1 opportunities.
Compete for club and country
Career Mode has been expanded to include internationals. Play for or manage your favourite national team, competing in friendlies, qualifiers and major international tournaments. Play as manager and secure an offer to coach any national team, with bigger decisions and more pressure. Compete as a player and prove yourself at the club level, then get the call to play for your country.
What do you think of the new FIFA 13? Will it be any different from its predecessor? Leave a comment below.