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New Features And Upgrades Work To Make This The Most Realistic FIFA Yet

In this new video feature, EA takes us through some of the upgraded features coming to FIFA 15. The developer is pulling out all stops to ensure that this year's iteration of the world's best-selling sports title is the most realistic yet.

Some of the upgrades that are coming include full-body defending, improved possession tackles, and more realistic ball physics. To see these and more in action, check out the video below.

FIFA is set to release on September 23 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Vita, PC, and 3DS. Be sure to read our previous coverage on the title to see the game in action as well as learn more about the new features and changes coming this time around.

Note: Not all features have been announced for all versions of the game. The stories linked above apply to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of the game.

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  • I'm curious as to which sports game will be the first to be developed solely for the new-gen. It's a tough decision because the install base is so widely dispersed, but I think whichever game will take the risk will be pretty awesome.
  • FIFA games never fail to disappoint.


  • its football not soccer, the US is the ONLY country now calling it soccer.
  • The World Cup isn't for four years; I suspect most Americans are done caring about Futbol for at least two years ( Olys). " Most realistic soccer game..." is a fairly meaningless statement in the only country that doesn't call it Football/Futbol/Footy/Fitba ( at least in terms of sales numbers).