During E3 tradeshow this year, Electronic Arts revealed the next entry into the critically acclaimed FIFA series. Over the past few years, FIFA has held the throne for top sports game based on football, but in the recent years the series have lost its touch and fan base. Several fans have complained that FIFA has become a yearly cash basket for EA who releases the game with updated visuals and player roster but offers no other gameplay changes.
This E3, EA has promised to bring a lot to the critically acclaimed series by introducing several gameplay changes and a new physics based experience. Over the past week EA revealed that the new FIFA13 is getting the advance dribbling system, which was actually introduced way back in FIFA Street. Additionally, the publisher has also confirmed upgraded defender mechanics that will offer more challenge to the players.
The new defender mechanic is also something we have seen in the past, but this time EA has expanded the system making it more complex. EA believes that the new defending system is going to impress a lot of gamers who love to play in a competitive environment. The increased computer A.I on players will ensure that making a goal is a lot harder. It will not only offer challenge but will also sound a lot realistic than its predecessors.
Over the past few weeks more and more details are being revealed for FIFA13, but no proper demonstration has still been shown to the public. We are unsure how the new systems will come in place, but as of now, the way they sound, we believe that it may just be the next big FIFA game.
The game is being developed for multiple platforms including Wii, Wii U, 3DS, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, iOS, PC and Xbox 360. The current plan is to release the game simultaneously on all platforms in September 2012.
While details on the game are still scarce, EA confirms more details are going to be revealed in the coming weeks, so keep checking back for more news and previews for FIFA13.