FIFA 15 has a release date of Sept. 26, 2014, and EA released a trailer a few weeks ago.
With World Cup hype at an all-time high, many people are seeking out the game.
The game will be released on the PS4 and Xbox One.
“A version of FIFA 15 will also release on the Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, Wii, 3DS, PlayStation Vita handheld entertainment system this Fall,” an EA spokesperson said in a statement.
The statement adds: “Not all game features are available on all gaming platforms.”
However, the Wii, PS Vita, and 3DS versions will be “Legacy” editions, and will be the same game as previous years but with updated player rosters.
Recently, a video was released showing the gameplay features.
“There are new stadium effects: corner flags react when the ball hits them, LED boards around the pitch transition between advertisements, crossbars rattle, and nets lift off the floor when struck by a particularity tasty shot. The pitch itself is better, too. Moisture kicks up off the turf, and sliding leaves muddy marks, both in the grass and on players’ kits. By the end of the match, the ground will be visibly weathered, although it’s not been confirmed if tracks and grooves affect the ball physics. It’s something EA call ‘living pitches’, apparently,” says PC Gamer.
Producers said they tried to create the most realistic game to date.
“From the most realistic players ever created in a FIFA title, to fully realized arenas with living pitches, this year we’ve bought a whole new level of visuals to the game,” Nick Channon, Senor Producer on FIFA 15, said in a statement.