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New FIFA 21 Next-Gen Screenshots - More Details About the Game Arrive on November 24


New FIFA 21 Next-Gen Screenshots - More Details About the Game Arrive on November 24

EA has uploaded some new FIFA 21 next-gen screenshots from the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. I went ahead and included the screenshots that were released back in June, just in case you missed them. To see the screenshots in their native resolution, just click on them.

EA has stated they will share FIFA 21 next-gen details on November 24.

The next-gen version of FIFA 21 will release on December 4 on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. The next-gen version of the game will include blazing fast load times, deferred lighting and rendering, enhanced animation technology, off-ball humanisation, and more. FIFA 21 on PlayStation 5 will also feature new haptic technologies, via the new DualSense controller.

Check out some of the next-gen FIFA 21 features below, which were released back in June.

  • Controller Haptics – Sense the impact of shots, passes, catches, kicks, tackles, and hits with immersive controller haptics. A new DualSense controller on PlayStation 5 with rich and responsive haptic feedback deepens the gameplay experience letting you feel the rhythm of the game in your hands.
  • Blazing Fast Load Times – Faster load times get you in the game quicker than ever. Never lose focus as stadium environments will load with unprecedented speed, letting you get to the kick-off in seconds.
  • Deferred Lighting and Rendering – Authentic new environments, unlocked by a new deferred lighting system create ultra-realistic football experiences and player fidelity, enhancing the game in every part of the stadium.
  • Reimagined Player Bodies – Next-gen technology creates deeper definition in player physiques, while dynamic lighting accentuates details such as faces, hair, kits, and uniforms to take athletes to a whole new level of realism.

  • Spatialized Audio – Whether you’re running out of the tunnel in Atlanta or leaping into the stands in Green Bay, hear the spine-tingling roar of the stadium thanks to spatialized audio technology new to Madden that wraps around you for a completely immersive experience.
  • Stats-Driven Player Movement – Real-life athlete data feeds into the Madden animation engine to create fluid, athletic player movement when accelerating, running routes, and changing direction. Enhanced animation technology in FIFA enables you to experience ultra-responsive and realistic player movement.
  • Off-Ball Humanization – From adjusting shin pads in the 89th minute to screaming for passes in the endzone, player humanization unlocks the most authentic character behaviors ever seen in sports video games letting you see the detail and feel all the emotion of football at the highest level.
  • Exquisite Weather Detail – Mother Nature comes alive in Madden like never before. In stunning new detail, see standing water on rain-drenched sidelines and cold winter snow accumulate on the field. Visually enhanced weather conditions also affect cloth definition on athletes to match environmental variables.
  • Gameday Immersion – New contextual player, bench, and fan reactions let you feel the explosive passion of a last-minute winner or a game-clinching touchdown. And pre-game cinematics deliver an unprecedented matchday experience to immerse you in the sights and sounds of professional football.

Players who buy, or who have already bought, FIFA 21 for Xbox One and/or PlayStation 4 from now to the launch of FIFA 22, will receive the Xbox Series X|S and/or PlayStation 5 version of the game they’ve purchased for free when the game is released on December. Players can carry over their progress and content in Ultimate Team and VOLTA FOOTBALL in FIFA 21. Of note, physical discs purchasers will need to contact EA at to obtain an upgrade code for the discless consoles.


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  1. Looks pretty good! I thought current gen (Fifa 21) was one of the best looking sports games out there. I'm excited to see videos of actual gameplay will look like on next gen. 
    We are three weeks out from the next gen game release and they best we can get is some still shots?! The TAA one looks pretty good but something is off about that Felix shot though.
    At this point neither version of FIFA is doing anything to earn a spot on my next gen hard drive.
    The quality of the kits don't look good in those shots almost like plastic instead of cloth/fabric. That is the thing when graphic quality increase it is easier to spot when something is off like that especially when the quality of and texture of the faces look really solid.

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