Fans of the popular football (or soccer) game FIFA will be happy to know that FIFA World will be using a brand new engine that will make the game accessible for most laptops and desktops with average specs. This was to allow more fans to play the game without needing a high-end console or computer, as the game supports 9 languages and covers real players and clubs from over 30 licensed leagues with live features and updates.
“In FIFA World we have created a live service platform that allows us to fundamentally change the game by adding new features and modes through regular updates, all while keeping fans engaged with dynamic live content that follows the real world of football,” said Mike McCabe, the games Executive Producer. “After almost a year of working closely with our fans we are very excited for our biggest update yet – a brand new game engine.”
Taking cues from FIFA HD, FIFA World adds smarter AI, givingteammates the ability to adapt to your style of play, making better attacking runs in the opponents half. Off the ball, improvements to Defensive AI result in better marking and run tracking. Added features like “First Touch Control” and “Complete Dribbling” change how the player controls the ball, making offensive play a more authentic experience. An improved “Player Impact Engine” adds real world physics, making each challenge and tackle feels realistic and rewarding for the player. Improvements to the keyboard and mouse controls and “Tactical Free Kicks” are just the tip of the iceberg for fans to expect with the new engine. Fans can also look forward to new updates like video sharing, allowing users to upload directly to YouTube, as well as regular roster updates, new kits, boots and club badges, as well as the addition of Turkish Super Lig.
You can watch the new trailer here, and you can join the open beta here. FIFA World is exclusive to PC and officially launches later this year.