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Published: 4/Aug/2020 12:32 Updated: 4/Aug/2020 16:09by Connor Bennett
EA SPORTS have finally revealing their first proper gameplay trailer for FIFA 21, and we’ve got a better insight into some of the new features they’ve got lined up.
Each year, in the build-up to the new FIFA titles, EA SPORTS start their annual process of dropping information. It typically starts around EA Play at E3, but this year has been a little different, to say the least.
Back at the online EA Play event, the developers revealed small snippets of what was to come – as well as information about the dual entitlement program. Since then, we’ve got a little more information about career mode, Ultimate Team, and even Volta.
Following some gameplay footage leaking online, the dev team have now rolled out their first in gameplay focused reveal of FIFA 21.
The reveal, which went live at 4 pm BST on August 4, gives fans a better look at what we can expect to see game in and game out in FIFA 21 – with significant changes made to the dribbling and collision systems.
In the new trailer, EA revealed that you will now be able to make more incisive runs and passes in attack, while top tier defenders will throw their bodies in the way of shots more effectively. Defensive midfielders like N’Golo Kante will also be able to win the ball back more cleanly.
On top of that, there is also a better look at the new creative runs system. You will have more control over your players as they try to break through the lines. In fact, you can even lock onto a player who made a darting run and allow the AI to make the key pass.
Get rewarded for your creativity and control with new features in the most intelligent FIFA gameplay to date.
— EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) August 4, 2020
As for everything else, EA have already announced that they will be revealing details about specific modes throughout August, but they haven’t revealed any specific dates just yet.
Ultimate Team, Pro Clubs, and Career should all be set for changes in one way or another if leaks are to be believed. So, be sure to check back with Dexerto and UltimateTeamUK for all the breaking news and updates about FIFA 21.