FIFA 21: Game Trailer
- Release Date : 9th October 2020.
- Genre: Sports/ Simulation
- Publisher: Electronic Arts
PS4 – FIFA 21 – Standard Edition
Career Mode will see new additions following years of criticism from the community – mainly to the manager mode. New additions include; a revamped interactive match simulation mode, which allows players to instantly jump in and out of matches in addition to changing game plans in real time. A new and improved training system which allows for weekly training schedules and the ability to train players to play in different positions, new stats such as match fitness and growth, an improved youth academy system, more transfer options such as loan to buy deals, and enhanced opposition AI.
VOLTA Football 21
FIFA Volta mode was introduced in FIFA 20, and it will be a part of the FIFA 21 as well. According to producers, Volta 21 will have gameplay improvements and will see new playing modes such as Volta Squads and Feature Battles mode. There will also be five new locations (Sao Paulo, Paris, Sydney, Dubai and Milan)
The game will feature more than 30 official leagues, over 700 clubs, and over 17,000 players. In August 2020, EA Sports announced an exclusive multi-year partnership with AC Milan and Inter Milan.
Juventus, Roma and River Plate will not be featured in FIFA 21 and instead are known as Piemonte Calcio, Roma FC and Nuñez respectively. The game will retain the players’ likenesses, but the official badge, kits and stadiums will be unavailable and instead feature custom designs and generic stadiums produced by EA Sports. Bayern Munich is also featured in the game with licensed players and kits but don’t have their stadium license and will play in a generic stadium.