EA Sports has added some great features, such as:
- Defensive Agility
- Defend as a unit
- New Tackling Fundamentals
- Interception intelligence
- Passing with purpose
- No touch dribbling
- Dynamic crossing
- Clinical finishing
- Compete at a higher level
The one great new addition (and that too for the first time ever) is the inclusion of women players. Yes, FIFA 16 now includes female footballers, with 12 women’s national teams: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, England, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Spain, Sweden, and the United States.
I loved playing the Career modes in Fifa 15 and Fifa 14, so am looking forward to the new Training Mode that’s been added in Fifa 16’s Career Mode, allowing to develop footballers in the team which I’ll be managing without actually playing them. It will allow to set a specific focus which the footballer should develop. Doing this will also increase the transfer value of the player…… very interesting indeed!
Another new feature will allow players to pick a friendly tournament before their season starts. Winning these friendly tournaments will give the player a reward in the form of a transfer budget boost. Unlimited substitutions will be permitted when playing these friendly games. More features such as two-year loans, realistic transfer budget enhancements, and improved player values make Fifa 16 near realistic gaming experience.
I’ll surely be getting the full version soon, and will then share the experience.
Fifa 16 is available for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Android and iOS.