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FIFA 14 VS FIFA 15 What's the difference?

Updated on June 18, 2014

Why we can't stop playing

FIFA 14 is like most marriages and relationships. Sometimes you want to throw it away and never even look at it again, but it knows you're always going to come crawling back because you love it. Even if you hate it, it draws you in.

I'm hoping like every other FIFA fan, that they've changed enough for us to see, but not too much. Nobody likes a change.

EA have us round the thumb when it comes to FIFA. They know, as well as every other FIFA fan, if FIFA 15 is the worst game ever made, not only will we buy it, we'll buy the one after that, and the after that and so on.

whether you're playing online with friends, against friends or just on your career FIFA is a gaming heavyweight in the industry and will continue to dominate over the years.

FIFA FIFA and well, more FIFA!

E3 again this year was another year where the FIFA franchise continues to dominate the sports market of video games. People do question what exactly do they improve every year other than the transfers of players and you're favourite teams new kit.

Well, let's look at the facts first. EA claim to have improved the following things on their new addition the football or (soccer) franchise;

  • Improved game physics
  • Improved stadium atmosphere
  • Tackling aspect of the game changed to suit the defenders
  • Improved pitch physics (pitch breaks up after tackles, weather ect)
  • Career mode revamp
  • More online servers
  • Ultimate team
  • Graphics
  • Weather
  • AI

Let's not forget the most important, if your player is sliding around the floor, for the first time in FIFA history it's what we've all been waiting for. Your players kit will get dirty! Knowing that means 100% of people with a console will be queuing at midnight to buy it. I pray people sense the sarcasm.

It's all in the pictures!

Luis Suarez stands over a freekick at Anfield in FIFA 15
Luis Suarez stands over a freekick at Anfield in FIFA 15
An inplay view of Anfield from FIFA 15 as EA tease fans with this screenshot
An inplay view of Anfield from FIFA 15 as EA tease fans with this screenshot

The Gameplay (EA conference E3 2014)


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