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FIFA 21 (PS4)
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- GAMEPLAY: Create more scoring opportunities than ever before with all-new dynamic attacking systems in the most intelligent FIFA gameplay to date; FIFA 21 raises players’ intelligence and decision-making to new levels both on and off the ball, creating more realistic and informed movement, building on the intensity of 1v1 situations, and unlocking the conditions for a true-to-life footballing experience that rewards you for your creativity and control all over the pitch
- CAREER MODE: Manage Every Moment in FIFA 21 Career Mode with new innovations that create additional depth in matches, transfers, and training to give you more control over your team’s rise to the top and make it easier than ever for you to begin your managerial career
- EA SPORTS VOLTA FOOTBALL: More ways to play; More customisation; More locations; Experience the soul of the streets together with friends as you show off your style in cages and courts around the world throughout various forms of small-sided football
- FIFA ULTIMATE TEAM: Enjoy brand new ways to play the most popular mode in FIFA as you build your dream squad of players past and present in FIFA 21 Ultimate Team.
- *DUAL ENTITLEMENT* THIS OFFER EXPIRES UPON THE RELEASE OF FIFA 22, RESPECTIVELY; ACCESS TO UPGRADED VERSION OF PRODUCT FOR XBOX SERIES X AND PLAYSTATION 5 (“NEXT GENERATION” CONSOLES) REQUIRES INTERNET CONNECTION; FOR PHYSICAL PURCHASES OF PRODUCT, UPGRADE CURRENTLY ONLY AVAILABLE TO NEXT GENERATION CONSOLES WITH OPTICAL DISC DRIVE AND YOU MUST RETAIN AND USE PHYSICAL DISC IN ORDER TO ACCESS UPGRADED VERSION
- Rated : Ages 3 and Over
- Product Dimensions : 15.5 x 3 x 22 cm; 80 Grams
- Release date : 9 Oct. 2020
- ASIN : B08BGMSHFQ
- Item model number : 1096286
- Best Sellers Rank: 580 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
- 40 in PlayStation 4 Games
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Win as one in EA SPORTS FIFA 21 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC with new ways to team up and Express yourself on the streets and in the stadium. Powered by Frostbite, FIFA 21 raises the game with fresh features that let you enjoy even bigger victories together in Volta football and FIFA Ultimate Team, feel a new level of gameplay realism that rewards you for your creativity and control, manage every moment in Career Mode, and experience unrivalled authenticity that gives you the most true-to-life experience of the world's Game.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 October 2020
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Edit: now returned via Amazon for a full refund.
Goalkeepers are absolutely useless. Might as well not have them.
Pace is back - in years past, when defending used to be easier, you had an answer to it some of the time. But now, defending is more manual, and you will keep seeing your centre back just stand there as the attacker skips by... In fact it’s so difficult, all the games end up with 8,9,10 goals in them.
You can more or less guarantee there will be a goal on 45 mins. Right on half time. This has been noticeable for years, but seems particularly prevalent this time.
Commentary is dreadful, they couldn’t have dug out two more boring people if they tried.
The game as a whole just feels so stale now. Honestly - if you’ve played a FIFA game in the last ten years you’ve seen it all. And a lot better.
The commentary is wooden and flat, the same lines used in every single Fifa. The drone of the commentators is very annoying. Taking away the youth training feature makes progression with youth next to impossible. The free transfers take away the ability to start from the bottom and work with a youth system. The career mode and that of a manager has been ruined.
The football game play has improved slightly, with a smoother game of football, but the other issues make this possibly the worst Fifa I have played in the last decade. Thumbs down on this one
- an improved, expanded career mode with more options. Its much more realistic in terms of transfers. You can set things up at the start of a new career mode such as whether you're having a financial takeover of different amounts, how strict transfer negotiations are, etc etc.
- massively improved gameplay and AI. Goalkeepers don't do weird insane stuff anymore and actually go for the ball. Dragbacks are no longer insanely overpowered or even in the game as far as I can see. Pace is no longer the only attribute that counts, so you can use slower players who are good on the ball. They finally fixed heading, you can now use crosses again to try and score.
- a VERY good soundtrack, and finally the option to also have the volta soundtrack playing in the main menu. The soundtrack in 20 was an absolute travesty.
- menus in career mode seem smoother and less laggy so far.
In terms of issues, so far all I've experienced is:
- handballs are still ridiculous and it's better to keep them switched off, as getting hit in the chest with the ball counts as handballs.
- still weird referee decisions, I regularly get or concede penalties for perfectly fine challenges in the box where the player easily gets the ball, but the other player runs into him, falls over and that counts as a penalty.
- when a penalty for handball is given, there is a weird 20 second cut scene where the offending player shuffles to the referee, and you can't skip it.
I haven't tried FUT, as I found this game mode to be pretty toxic and pointless after Christmas when most people have insane squads and every team you face has the same players.
Ultimately though, there is ZERO excuse for EA to continue releasing any new fifa's with bugs, broken gameplay etc etc., they should find a model that is realistic and works well with minimal or no bugs, and just stick to that and update squads, graphics, fans etc.