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FIFA 14 gameplay video released

EA Sports has released the first FIFA 14 gameplay trailer, highlighting some of the game’s new features ahead of its September release date.

Showcasing the new features like Pure Shot and Precision Movement, the new FIFA 14 gameplay trailer should heighten gamer excitement for the upcoming cross-platform football simulator.

Although it looks pretty similar to the current FIFA 13 game, the next instalment will introduce new technology to make the game even more responsive and realistic.

“Experience the thrill of scoring great goals in FIFA 14,” reads the official website. “The game plays the way great matches are contested, with innovations that inspire fans to build play through midfield, dictating the tempo of a match.”

“Feel the tension as chances are created and then unleash the perfect strike. Pure Shot and a brand-new ball physics system will make every shot attempt feel real and exhilarating.”

During the gameplay trailer, EA Sports tells its fans that they will be able to “dictate the tempo”, “create chances” and “unleash the perfect strike” in FIFA 14. The player’s ability to protect the ball will be aided by new “variable dribble touches, real ball physics, sprint dribble turns, teammate intelligence, precision movement and pure shot” technologies improved and enhanced for the next title in the series.

FIFA 14 Pure Shot technology combined with a new physics system called Real Ball Physics make sure the “trajectory of the ball behaves as it would in real life,” claims EA Sports.

The level of the AI has also been enhanced for FIFA 14, meaning gamers get better support from their teammates, improving the match overall.

EA Sports has listed the FIFA 14 release date for September 24 in the US and September 27 for European markets for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. The game will also be released for the PS4 and Xbox One at a later, as yet unconfirmed, date.

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