EA Sports has given us a little more insight into how FIFA 21 will be improved on PS5. Naturally, the game's going to look better than ever — in part thanks to a newly implemented lighting system, which should give stadiums a noticeable boost in realism. There are even new pre-match cinematics, like seeing fans funnel into the arena. We assume this means that the crowd visuals have been updated (and it's about time).
FIFA 21 will also take advantage of the PS5's DualSense controller. Haptic feedback allows you to feel every thump of the ball and every crunching tackle. We've got high hopes for hitting the bar in particular.
And then there are the adaptive triggers. Apparently, holding down R2 to sprint is going to be harder if your player is tired, adding to the immersion.
All of these features arrive alongside improved animations, better player models, and even brand new camera angles. FIFA 21 dives to PS5 on the 4th December, and it's a free upgrade if you already own the game on PS4.
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