EA has revealed FIFA 21 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox, PC (via Steam), and Nintendo Switch. As expected, the reveal came during EA Play 2020, Electronic Arts yearly E3-like showcase. And to accompany the official announcement of the latest installment of FIFA, EA has revealed the game's debut trailer alongside a release date. And like previous games, FIFA 21 is set to arrive in September at a price point of $60.
In addition to being the first FIFA game on PS5 and Xbox Series X, FIFA 21 comes with a variety of new features and gameplay refinements. Like previous years, these changes and additions are negligible to the average player of FIFA, but to the hardcore player, these changes will disrupt the meta and more.
FIFA 21 will be available on all the usual platforms, as well as the next-gen consoles when they have launched. EA has also announced that it will be supporting Google Stadia for the first time too. That means it'll be released for PS4, Xbox One, PC (via Steam and Origin), Nintendo Switch and Google Stadia. Plus the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X when they are available. If you need Buy FIFA 21 Coins Comfort Trade, you can visit our site 5mmo.com.
In terms of improved visuals, FIFA 21 promises a new deferred lighting system that brings more detail to every part of the game. That includes the players themselves, whose faces, hair, kits, and uniforms benefit from dynamic lighting, and a better-defined physique. Players will also respond more fluidly and with enhanced animations in FIFA 21, thanks to what EA Sports calls “stats-driven player movement”.
FIFA 21 is out October 9 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. It's usually out in late September, and that delay might be due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. FIFA 21 will most likely be available at launch for the PS5 and Xbox Series X. FIFA 21 is relegated to “Legacy Edition” on the Nintendo Switch again.