Finally, the new version of FIFA 21 is here and as expected we will be giving you the first look at it before anyone. The new installment of the game brings a lot of essential core tweaks as well as various overall UI changes as well.
We have covered various aspects of the game like the players, stadiums, icons, improvements, and whatnot, however, now it’s the time to actually see those changes into action. As this is a First Look, we will be showing you some of the major info of the new game:
Yes, Kylian Mbappe takes over the cover of the FIFA 21, so he will be center attraction and the one to welcome you each time you open the game.
The Champions League Welcome
The familiar welcome from FIFA 19 and now we have the last year’s champions meet this year’s finalists – Liverpool vs PSG.
The player faces have improved a lot for quite a number of players as we see with the likes of Trent Alexander Arnold, Marquinhos, Henderson and others. However, also there are players like Sadio Mane who’s face remains the same as last installment and is not at all life-like. So, kind of mixed bag till now.
The new UI & Homescreen
Not a major overhaul in terms of overall design but there’s the new bluish purple color scheme synced overall with the game. Then you have Mbappe everywhere with the other gamechangers.
The other menus along with options in settings remains intact with previous FIFA 20, only the color scheme has changed.
The in-game UI has too haven’t changed that much but the color scheme has been synced as well. However, one thing could be noticed that the menus in the game have been improved the UI seems snappier than before.
The major improvement is seen in the new FUT 21 and there a lot of UI improvements that makes it look much better than before.
There’s a news section this time and you can switch between the main menu and your squad in a new way and the new appeal is quite interesting. Apart from these, there are a lot of changes and we will indeed make a dedicated article for it.
Also there’s an improved kick-off with a whole new UI while you choose your team and the jersey for it.
Not a huge change though while fiddling with the squad management but you see the new UI synced with the total gameplay.
In the coming days, we will bring a lot of new detailed insights as well on various aspects of the game. You can only play the game now if you are an EA Play Pro subscriber or else you need to wait for few more days to get your hands-on with the new FIFA 21!!
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