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PS4 and Xbox One FIFA 14 trailer released

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EA Sports has launched a new FIFA14 trailer, with the latest gameplay footage having been taken from the upcoming Xbox One and PS4 versions of the game.

Highlighting some of the benefits of the next-gen FIFA 14 release, the newly unveiled FIFA 14 trailer shows off a range of features exclusive to the Xbox One and PS4 iterations of the title, including the likes of multi-person headers and interactive 3D crowds.

More of a refinement of a gaming classic than a total refresh, last month’s FIFA 14 release date saw the game bring a selection of new additions all tailored to offer a more true-to-life, realistic gaming experience. The upcoming Xbox One and PS4 options will line up as launch titles for the two upcoming consoles on November 22 and November 29 respectively.

In a big week for the Xbox One and PS4 FIFA 14 titles, developer EA Sports previewed the new next-gen FIFA 14 trailer by revealing further details of the game earlier within the week.

FIFA 14 on next-gen consoles feels alive with players who think with human-like reactions and anticipation and move with the agility of world class athletes," a post on the official EA Sports blog announced earlier this week. “Innovative features such as Elite Technique, Pro Instincts, and Precision Movement, deliver the most authentic football experience possible.”

The company added: “For the first time ever in the FIFA series, multiple players can compete for balls in the air. Not only will there be situations where three of four players can all vie for the ball, but each will also have greater control with a variety of new headers.”

The EA spokesperson stated: “Decision-making is now based on multiple frames per second, resulting in players that are more aware of their surroundings and react accordingly. Gameplay will be dynamic and continuous in FIFA 14 on next-gen consoles.

“FIFA 14 on the new consoles features a new default camera that is angled lower and closer to the pitch to bring new 3D crowds life. The crowd is now a part of the action. Fans will react to action on the pitch, ebbing and flowing with the action and emotion of each match.”

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