FIFA 21 release date, price in India, other details unveiled: All you need to know

FIFA 21 release date, price in India, other details unveiled: All you need to know

FIFA 21 release date, price in India: The wait is over! FIFA 21 is now official. Developer EA Sports has unveiled the trailer of the video game at EA Play 2020 alongside the American football game Madden NFL 21, ending the wait. The developer promises that players will be able to ‘feel next level’ on the next-gen PS5 and Xbox Series X. The users can start enjoying the game from October 9 but will get early access if they subscribe to EA / Origin Access or pick up one of the more premium FIFA 21 editions.

FIFA 21 price in India

FIFA 21 will come in three editions. The Standard Edition has been priced at Rs 3,990 on the Xbox One, Rs 3,999 on the PS4 and Rs 3,999 on PC. The Champions Edition of the game would cost Rs 5,490 on the Xbox One, Rs 5,499 on the PS4 and Rs 5,499 on PC. The Ultimate Edition will go on sale at Rs 6,490 on the Xbox One, Rs 6,499 on the PS4, and Rs 6,499 on PC.

The FIFA 21 Champions and Ultimate Editions will be available three days early on October 6. You can start playing even earlier on October 1 by subscribing to EA Access on PS4 and Xbox One, or Origin Access on PC. EA / Origin Access subscribers also get 10 percent discount on all their EA purchases.

FIFA 21 features

The developer will offer controller haptics, faster load times, and improved visuals, immersion, and player movement on FIFA 21. The game also promises improved visuals with a new deferred lighting system that brings more detail to every part of the game. The player faces, hair, kits, and uniforms benefit from dynamic lighting, and a better-defined physique.

Players will also respond more fluidly and with enhanced animations in FIFA 21, thanks to what EA Sports calls “stats-driven player movement”. EA said that in endgame situations, players will scream for passes or adjust their shin pads. In case a last minute screamer is scored, you will see reactions from the playing XI, on the bench, and in the stands.

 

Source:-zeebiz

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