After nearly one year, CPY finally got their way around FIFA 15’s protection.
Description: New to this year’s installment, players have memories and will show emotion based on the context of the match. With over 600 new emotional reactions, players now respond to pivotal moments on the pitch – bad tackles, missed chances, epic goals – as they would in real life. Refined commentary highlights unique fan reactions, while chants and behaviors will be relevant to country or even your club. New bench reactions, side line character animations, 10-man goal celebrations, and more will strive to keep you engaged in the story of the match. Your teammates and opponents now recognize what’s happening in the match and will adjust their tactics just like real players.
This year’s Ultimate Team features a new feature, in which users can sign loan players for a limited duration of matches. Another new feature is The Concept Squad, where players have an access to the game’s database and can create a “dream squad”. The concept player’s card is grey colored. A number of new legends are also introduced to the game, including Franz Beckenbauer, Roberto Carlos, Peter Schmeichel and Hristo Stoichkov which are only available on Xbox One and Xbox 360.
1. Emotional Intelligence
FIFA 15 features Emotional Intelligence, with each player on the pitch reacting uniquely to the game situation. Your men will be down if they concede a penalty or miss a clear chance, but will be equally chirpy if they net a crucial goal. With 600 emotions possible, FIFA 15 promises a more human side to matches.
2. Unique crowds and atmospheres
In FIFA 15 each crowd will react and sound unique. Chants in Anfield will be different to the ones in the King Power stadium, and the atmosphere will change dynamically depending on what’s happening in the match.
3. Team tactics
As well as more emotion, FIFA 15 sees your opponents given significantly improved tactics. If you’re one goal down, you might find your computer controlled opponents time wasting, or even Parking The Bus.
4. Increased realism
Thanks to the graphical power of next generation hardware, FIFA 15 is able to deploy improved lighting, and scanned 3D likenesses look more realistic than ever. Improved body rigging and character models mean that players also look more athletic – and move realistically.
5. Wear and tear
FIFA 15 also benefits from persistent damage to the pitch, with the playing surface getting more worn over the 90 minutes. Particularly noticeable in rain, the pitch will start to show boot marks and gouges from slide tackles. The increased detail also extends to shaking corner flags and goal frames – adding an extra later of realism.
- OS: Windows V/7/8/8.1 -64-bit
- CPU: Intel Q6600 Core2 Quad @ 2.4Ghz
- RAM: 4GB
- Hard Drive Space Required: 15.0 GB
- Minimum Supported Video Cards: ATI Radeon HD 5770, NVIDIA GTX 650
- DirectX: 11.0