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FIFA 15 set to feature all 20 Premier League stadiums

With the start of the new football season just around the corner, EA Sports has confirmed all 20 Premium League stadiums are to be recreated in FIFA 15.

Giving a new level of detail and accuracy to the much loved football franchise, FIFA 15 will see not only the official stands and pitches of the 20 Premium League clubs transported to the digital world, but real crowd noises and audio from all the ground also thrown into the mix.

Making the announcement through an official blog post, the develop revealed: “The FIFA team’s exclusive access to Premier League clubs allowed detailed photography of all 20 stadiums so they could be authentically recreated in FIFA 15.

They added: “The cheers, chants and sounds of more than 20 Premier League matches were also recorded. FIFA 15 will have realistic audio to goal reactions, misses, whistles and over two hours of crowd-specific songs.”

From Loftus Road and Selhurst Park, the compact homes of Queens Park Rangers and Crystal Palace to the Emirates Stadium and Old Trafford, the behemoth venues belonging to Arsenal and Manchester United, FIFA 15 will create each ground in minute detail.

One of many small changes which are set to result in big improvements to the new FIFA, the official stadiums will be joined by new ball physics, evolving pitches and more natural running styles in the FIFA 14 follow-on.

The first time a FIFA title has featured all 20 Premium League stadia, last year’s PES rival played host to just eight official top-flight grounds.

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