Regular as clockwork, October 6th, 2020 is when EA’s wildly popular football series returns in FIFA 21.
Featuring an updated roster of official league teams, all-new ball physics and the most realistic-looking football matches, FIFA 21 is set to launch on current-gen consoles like PS4 and Xbox One but also PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X too. While much is still yet to be announced about this year’s version, expect FIFA 21 to take full advantage of next-gen hardware with updated visuals and mechanics.
FIFA 21 will also be releasing on Nintendo Switch once again, albeit as a pared-back version that won’t include Ultimate Team functionality or an embedded career mode. It will, however, tout the latest kits and squad updates from the latest season, but it’s the PS4 and Xbox One versions onwards to go for if you’re seeking the full FIFA experience.
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