EA have shown off FIFA 15.
The first trailer for the game was released online shortly before EA’s press event began, but they showed a video highlighting the major new features in this year’s version.
Players will now react to occurrences and circumstances in the game, such as players greeting a defeat with banging their fists. There will also be a lot more realism when it comes to ball trajectories and journeys, adding another layer of realism to the first next-gen FIFA game. Speaking of which, you can now see your kit get dirty and even the goalposts rattle if you happen to ping a thunderbastard against it from 30 yards.
More in-depth player interactivity has also been added, with shoulder barges and shirt pulling now added to your defensive arsenal.
Inevitably, player likeness and crowd movement has been heavily improved with the move to next-gen. Real-life crowd reactions, with the Poznan at Manchester City mentioned by name, are now included, and the players look even more like their real-life counterparts.
FIFA 15 will be released in September.