FIFA, every year it is a dance with big words of innovation. Whether it is really an innovation this year, that is the question.
For me, as an avid FIFA player, it’s a bit disappointing every year. At first glance it seems quite something and at EA they always manage to bring it in such a way that you almost think you are playing a completely new game. Unfortunately, after many games, it appears that the game is again full of pre-programmed tricks that actually make the game predictable.
Anyway, the trailers are coming loose again and yesterday they showed a picture of the atmosphere around the matches. Of course, this only applies if you play Career mode. And I have to say that it looks nicer than the previous version. EA has unveiled the new match experience for FIFA 23, which includes HyperMotion2 replays, realistic spectators and more.
In a new seven-minute trailer posted by EA, content creator spoke to FIFA presentation producer Adriano Negri about the pre-match experience, including the introduction of “quick-cutting, fast-paced cinematic language and elements” to create introductory videos that on par with “any high-end sports broadcast.”
Negri explained that this means we’ll see cinematics of fans arriving at the stadium, drone footage of the stadium itself and flashback moments on the pitch in addition to interactions with managers.
EA has also taken “really meaningful steps to improve what audiences look like” by adding more crowd heads, body types, and garments to make audiences feel “natural and more diverse.” That’s alongside cameras that have been given new cinematic angles to make moments like goal kicks and penalty kicks feel more special.
Negri added that female officials will be getting a visual overhaul and will be categorized into male leagues for the first time, including FIFA Ultimate Team and Pro Clubs modes.
For newer players. Talking about the new training facilities in the game, Negri said that “this is one way we can break down barriers for new players” by adding “a brand new set of tools and revamped visuals” to make the trainer “more intuitive, streamlined and modern”. to make.
ShaunaGames also spoke to FIFA presenter Fab Muoio about the changes that have been made to the pitch, including the appearance of the pitch. “We went in and tuned the length of the grass, the color of the grass. We even show some of the dirt on the grass when it is torn by a sliding tackle or a knee slide.” He added that “breakdown continues to be on the pitch over the course of the match,” meaning “it really makes the pitch feel like a
Muoio also spoke of the in-game shadow adjustments, saying they are “exaggerated” in places such as on the ball and the players themselves. Scoring goals will also feel more special, with HyperMotion2 replays that use new camera angles and augmented reality stats to “reward the user for scoring”. In addition, the nets have been improved by converting them to “true 3D geometry” and now they “react to light” and “wrinkle the net” to increase satisfaction. FIFA 23 launches on September 30