EA sports already produce fantastic games, but with FIFA 15, they decided to push it as close to reality as possible, making it resemble more a simulation than a mere game. Luckily, today, it’s available on PC as well as Xbox and PlayStation.
|Operating System Support||Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista|
|Available Languages||English, Russian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish, Danish, German, Norwegian, Italian, French, Spanish|
|Date||Friday, July 3rd 2020|
Beautiful and realistic
It’s evident from the first gameplay that Electronic Arts seek to make FIFA 15 realistic by adding new, exciting gameplay elements.
The most notable of these extras is the emotion engine, which reproduces over 600 reactions you’d expect in a live game. Moreover, the improved AI makes teammates react more tactically on the field.
When it comes to tactics and strategies, the latter has gone through some simplifications, while the former now comes with training and modification tools. You can even customise the tactic of every player on the field.
There are two balance modes during matches that add to the pre-existing five: printing and pure offense.
New features also expand to the Ultimate Team, which now allows 1-on-1 matches against your friends. You can follow your team’s results on the Match Day Live Hub, too.
You can play this game single player offline against the modifiable AI, as well as online with friends.
The graphics are beautiful, as well, with pitches showing dirt stains and grass degradation as the match progresses. The spectators feel more realistic, too, and the cut-scenes are beautiful.
This app is not, however, free. If you want to enjoy a similar, albeit a bit less wholesome experience free of charge, you can try Axis Football 2016.
You can play this game on more powerful Windows PCs, although not on Windows 10. In that case, you’ll have to stick to consoles.
A massive improvement
With improved graphics, added gameplay elements, and even more tactics available for players, FIFA 15 pushes the limits of traditional football matches such as PES 2016. The Ultimate Team is better than ever, too, making it a must-have for FIFA fans, as long as your PC can handle it.