New depth in matches, training, and transfers in FIFA 21 Career Mode!



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    Jack Taylor

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    Windows 7 / Windows 7 64 / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64 / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64

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FIFA 21 is the late 2020 version of the best-selling football game franchise of all time. Developed by EA Sports and optimized for running on modern PCs, this fun soccer game has already managed to attract large by upgrading almost every aspect found in its previous releases.

Built on top of the powerful Frostbite engine, FIFA 21 game brings the player closer to all forms of soccer, no matter if they prefer to play on the largest stadiums or streets. In this version of the football game, the main cover on the Standard, Champions, and Ultimate Editions of the game will feature Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappé, while other ambassadors who will be present in the marketing of the game in some territories include Erling Haaland, Trent Alexander-Arnold, João Félix, Wu Lei, Javier Hernández, and Carlos Vela.

FIFA 21 for PC features over 30 fully licensed official leagues, over 700 clubs, and over 17 thousand players that are all recreated to the smallest detail that includes their on-field movement, celebrations, and more. The particular focus was placed on the teams such as AC Milan and Inter Milan whose stadium, roster, logos, and gear were all recreated with incredible detail. One of the blemishes of the title will, however, be the lack of the official license for teams Juventus and AS Roma. Names and likenesses of their players will be in the game, but they will wear custom badges and kits.

One of the most played mods of the game Ultimate Team now hosts more than 100 icon players and 11 brand new names such as Fernando Torres, Xavi, Nemanja Vidić, and Davor Šuker. For the first time in the franchise, Ultimate Team will be adding a new coop mode. The main career mode features a brand new interactive match simulation, an improved player growth system, the option to loan players, and much more improved opponent AI.

As usual, FIFA 21 still manages to improve on its core gameplay by introducing a new ball-handling system, improved player animation (especially during close contacts), better AI, and more. The visual presentation is spotless, with realistic stadiums, weather effects, animated public, and an overall presentation style that closely matches that of real TV coverage.

FIFA 21 is optimized to run on modern gaming Windows PCs and will even take advantage of the fastest CPU and GPU hardware while still being fully compatible with older gaming PCs.

System Requirements - Can I Run FIFA 21
  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7/8.1/10
  • Processor (AMD): FX 8150
  • Processor (Intel): i5-3550
  • Memory: 8 GB
  • Graphics card (AMD): Radeon R9 270x or better
  • Graphics card (NVIDIA): GeForce GTX 670 or better
  • Online Connection Requirements: 512 KBPS or faster Internet connection
  • Hard-drive space: 50 GB

Realistic Graphics: It boasts impressive graphics, player models, and stadiums, providing a visually immersive soccer experience.

Authentic Teams and Leagues: The game features a wide range of officially licensed teams, leagues, and players from around the world, providing an authentic soccer experience.

Improved Gameplay: It introduced several gameplay enhancements, including more responsive dribbling, better AI defending, and improved ball physics.

Career Mode Updates: Career mode received some improvements, including enhanced player development and greater realism in player transfers.

Ultimate Team: FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) remains a popular mode where players can build and manage their dream teams, collecting player cards and competing in various online and offline modes.

Frequent Updates: EA Sports regularly releases updates and patches to address issues and enhance gameplay, helping to keep the game fresh and balanced.


Gameplay Balance: While improvements were made, some players still find issues with gameplay balance, especially in terms of overpowered tactics and player stats.

Career Mode Depth: While there were improvements in Career Mode, some players felt that it still lacked the depth and realism seen in other sports simulation games.

Bugs and Glitches: Like many video games, the game had its fair share of bugs and glitches, which could be frustrating for players.

Limited Innovations: Some players felt that FIFA 21 didn't introduce enough significant innovations compared to previous iterations of the series.

Online Connectivity: Connectivity issues and lag in online matches can sometimes disrupt the gaming experience, particularly for competitive players.

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