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Here are the FIFA 16 features you won’t get on Xbox 360 and PS3

EA Sports has outlined the FIFA 16 features that won’t be coming to Xbox 360 and PS3.

To explain the differences between the Xbox One/PS4 version and last-gen editions of FIFA 16, EA Sports has taken to its blog.

“Due to console limitations and available resources, those versions of FIFA 16 do not feature all the same innovations and new modes that are available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 or PC,” explained EA Sports.

But thankfully, the features that you’ll miss out on playing FIFA 16 on PS3 and Xbox 360 aren’t totally gamechanging – if you’ll excuse the expression.

The Creation Centre, custom music and chants, the FIFA Interactive World Cup, GameFace and the secondary commentary option with Clyde Tyldesley and Andy Townsend will be missing from the Xbox 360 and PS3.

Another feature that has been removed is match lobbies have also been removed.

Rather strangely, EA Sports states that the “in-game presentation with Jeff Stelling” is being removed from Xbox One, PS4 and PC too. So it seems poor Jeff has got the axe.

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Other than that it seems the FIFA 16 experience will be mostly the same on PS3 and Xbox 360. It will have all the teams and game modes as the Xbox One, PS4 and PC versions.

You can read about all the new innovations coming to FIFA 16 on the EA Sports blog.

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