FIFA 15 from EA Sports is all set to bring in a huge range of emotions from both players and the crowd that will charge up the game to a new degree. A new video that was released showcases the power of the emotions during the game.
A new emotional intelligence feature that activates during the gameplay will be able to connect all the 22 players who are on the pitch, said Nick Channon, senior producer. He later added that "the tone of the game can change drastically as you play through a match," in the trailer.
The feeling or the attitude of other players in the game will be affected by how one player will play out. It can be positive or negative based on their antics like a rough tackle or by missing the chance to score a goal many times.
Fouling an opponent will be confronted by him, but it will depend on the game's context. Also, if a player comes close to scoring a game in the first few minutes of the game, then the teammates will be seen encouraging, but repeat misses will create frustration in the team and they will show their dissatisfaction.
When a player scores a goal that is a match winner, he will be swamped by his teammates. The game has included many new celebration templates. Channon said that more than 600 emotional animations have been added into the game to tell the story from the perspective of the players.
Its not just the emotions of the players that have seen a change, but also that of the crowd in the stands. Even the presentation feature is livelier. The cheers and shouts have been designated by the region, league or club. Players will see a whole range of emotions emanating out of the stands where one can see the stands bursting out with feelings, with the whole stadium involved.
Channon ends the video by promising fans that this year players will feel the game like they have never before.
(YouTube Courtesy: EA Sports FIFA)
10 Players and Teams that Should be Downgraded
There has been a growing number of voices after the World Cup in Brazil, that some players and teams should be downgraded for killing the expectation of their fans. Below are some of the players that should face a ratings downgrade in FIFA 15 (WhatCulture):
- Iker Casillas
- Lionel Messi
- Marouane Fellaini
- Fernando Torres
- Wayne Rooney
- Edinson Cavani
- Jack Wilshere
- Mario Balotelli
Below are some of the teams that should face a ratings downgrade in FIFA 15(WhatCulture):
- Manchester United
- AC Milan
- Real Betis
- Norwich City
- Borrusia Dortmund
FIFA 15 will be rolling out on 23 September 2014 for 3DS, PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.