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First gameplay details and reveal trailer for FIFA 21

Electronic Arts has revealed the first gameplay details for FIFA 21. Moreover, the company has announced that it will fully reveal this upcoming soccer game in August 2020. Alongside the first gameplay details, EA Sports has also released a new trailer that you can find below.

FIFA 21 will feature a new Agile Dribbling system. Faster footwork gives you more control and responsiveness in one-on-one situations, and new skill moves like the bridge dribble and ball roll fake turn provide you with the means to explode past defenders.

Additionally, FIFA 21 will have a new Positioning Personality system. As the team noted, this system will raise the importance of positional awareness.

“World-class forwards will hold their runs to stay level with the last defender to stay onside, playmakers will hunt for space to operate between the lines, while the best defenders will close down passing lanes more effectively to make it harder for the opposition to create opportunities.”

FIFA 21 will also have Creative Runs. This will give you new options for influencing your team’s movement off the ball, revolutionising attacking build-up play in FIFA 21 and providing you with more ways to break down the defence.

In FIFA 21, key footballing moments including goalmouth scrambles, battles for possession in the midfield, and attacking duels will resolve more naturally than ever before. Or at least that’s EA Sports claims.

It’s worth noting that these gameplay details are for the current-gen version of FIFA 21. And, as we’ve already reported, the PC version will be based on the current-gen console version.


FIFA 21 | Official Reveal Trailer

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