A few weeks ahead of the soccer game's much-anticipated release, EA Sports has uploaded a new video showing off the improvements to player movement and control.
After showcasing "FIFA 15'"s enhanced visuals, namely through a realer-than-real depiction of Lionel Messi and some intense action scenes, and pointing out the emotional intensity of reactions from players and fans within the game, EA Sports is stressing "control and agility" in its latest gameplay trailer.
Narrated as usual by producer Nick Channon, the new video shows that the athletes' movements are more natural than ever.
"We've redeveloped player biomechanics so that players react and move with balance, maintaining closer control when in possession of the ball," says Channon.
He also explains how the new movement system makes the game more realistic, citing the example of Messi's avatar, which will now favor the left foot just like its real-life counterpart would. This more realistic movement has also been brought to the ball, which will now travel and spin more like it would in a real game.
Fans will have to wait until September 25, the release date for "FIFA 15," to try out the new features themselves.