The new incarnation of the football simulator from Electronic Arts for mobile devices was announced at theE3 which is being held these days in Los Angeles.
EA took the opportunity to also announce a change of direction as for the series intended for smartphones and tablets: this year’s version of FIFA will not be called FIFA 16 but instead FIFA Mobile.
EA’s goal it is in fact to keep the same version of the game on the virtual stores dedicated to Android And iOS updating it from year to year with the new graphics and those relating to the various football seasons. The news does not end there.
Colleagues from AppSpy they managed to get their hands on one first version of FIFA Mobile and to interview an EA member who revealed some details about the new version of the football simulator. Meanwhile, a detail about the graphics: the graphics engine it will be based on the one used by EA for the versions of FIFA that were previously intended for PlayStation 3 And Xbox 360. The goal is to lead console games in pockets of users around the world.
FIFA Mobile will also be able to boast a new IA, which will also check the players currently in use in case the player wants to focus only on passes and shots, on a mix between classic controls (with virtual pad and suite of buttons) e touch (with swipe for passes and tap for passes / discards) and also new buttons for celebrations of the players after the goal. FIFA Mobile will be released this fall to coincide with the version for Console and PC, will be free-to-play as the 2015 version and will obviously have in-app purchases. Following is the gameplay video made by AppSpy colleagues at E3. Good vision!