FIFA 15 Gamescom Trailer Highlights New Skills Of GoalKeepers

By   /   Aug 13, 2014

EA has released a new trailer for FIFA 15 highlighting the skills of goalkeepers who have to go against some world-class strikers.

The video shows new animations that have been added to the game when it comes to goalkeepers to give the players a fresh experience.

The additions made to goalkeepers animation include knee saves, gloves deflections and more to make the keeper feel as much part of the game as everyone else.

In addition to giving us a new look at goalkeepers, it was also announced that a Turkish league will now be a part of FIFA 15 and will feature 18 clubs.

The career mode of the game has also been revamped as players will be able to set up six different team sheets and when the situation arrives, players will be able to use any of them without too much of a bother.

FIFA 15 is set to release on 23rd of September on all home consoles and PC except Wii U.

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