When it comes to amazing visuals and Player intelligence, FIFA 15 is pushing the limits and aiming for the most realistic Soccer experience as possible.
As we all know that yearly franchises like Assassins Creed, Far Cry and FIFA included, take a lot of planning ahead of time and every company follows a very strict development cycle which sometimes does affect the quality of the finished product, we can take the example of Battlefield 4 here.
With FIFA, EA has been able to hit the mark every year with stunning visuals and gameplay features and looks to do the same with FIFA 15, with still a little over a month to go for the game to be released Peter Moore from Electronics Arts revealed in an interview with CVG that FIFA 16 along with FIFA 17 are already in the works.
“There are two phases in the development. There is the core game. Are hard at work here with us several hundred people. And there is a staggered process, so that already some people are already working on FIFA 16. I think some people have a misconception. They think that the whole team after the completion of a game takes two weeks vacation before it then starts working on the next game. As it does not work that. It has parallel developments where there are pioneers who are thinking about what FIFA will account for 16 – and in some areas even FIFA 17 For there are some decision regarding the development and the technology that will be taken have to. “
FIFA has been an annual release since 1993 and its amazing how the company kept the quality of the game intact while adding new elements to game year after year since it first came out in the market.
Fifa 15 will be available for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC on September 23, 2014.