FIFA 14’s PlayStation Access Interview Discusses New Features

on August 31, 2013 1:20 PM

In an interview on PlayStation Access, FIFA 14 Producer Nick Channon explained upgrades to fan favorite features and new visuals to make the game and gameplay more realistic.

One of the major upgrades  that everyone should be excited about is the use of Ignite Engine technology that next gen consoles will use. This technology enhances both the graphical and gameplay aspects by using Human Intelligence to make players react more realistically, such as teams reacting to either losing or wining a game. In addition to this, True Player Motion will create realistic movements for the players and enhance environmental realism like weather and stadium crowd dynamics. Now with the use of this technology, passing, kicking, crowd reaction and everything else you love about soccer will look and feel more authentic.

Check out the video below to view and learn more.

 /  Staff Writer
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