Hear what the twentieth game in the series has in store…
If you’re one of the thousands of football fans out there who found FIFA 12 a little bit too obtuse to get to grips with, you might be in luck when it comes to this year’s edition.
EA Canada will add thirty-two new skill-based mini-games to encourage better play involving passing, dribbling, shooting, crossing etc.
“Hit targets, loft balls into cans and dribble through obstacle courses, collecting points and beating the clock as you progress through three levels to the Skills Challenge,” revealed an EA press release which came with a selection of screenshots which you can see below.
Performances in this new mode will tie into XP, achievements, online rankings and all that malarkey, but the main motivation for adding this new tutorial-like functionality is to allow everyone to get to grips with the game’s simulation of the ‘beautiful game’ which has gotten increasingly complex over the years.
The other big new feature for this year’s game is an expanded career mode which allows players to not only control the destiny of their favourite domestic team, but also play for and manage international sides competing in friendlies, qualifiers and major international tournaments. Other new variables like transfers, player values, loans, and manager hiring and firings will also be more realistic in FIFA 13 than they were previously, according to EA.
No doubt there will be more new features revealed for FIFA 13 before release its European release on 28th September for Xbox 360, PC, and PlayStation 3.
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