FIFA 18 demo is out on PC and consoles and we can see the difference in graphics between the PS4 and PC versions of the game. While the game is running at 1080p on both PC and PS4 there is a graphical difference between the two. There has also been news that FIFA 18 might not include sliders and you can click here to learn more.
Furthermore, some player ratings have also been revealed online and you can check out the ratings of the top 20 players here. The FIFA 18 Cristiano Ronaldo card has also been leaked, you can check that out too.
Andrei Lazarescu, one of the developers that are working on the Nintendo Switch version talked about why the game will not be on Frostbite. Here is what he had to say:
“We intentionally chose to do a custom engine because we felt that rather and try and get Frostbite running and end up having to downsize things and making it just a smaller, lower-quality version of the PS4 and Xbox One versions, we wanted this to be a FIFA that stands on its own two feet.”
You can click here to check out FIFA 18 screenshots and see the difference between the PC and PS4 versions of the game. FIFA 18 will be a little different on the Nintendo Switch and that should not be a shocker considering the kind of hardware it houses. Andrei Lazarescu further said:
“We’re using physical-based rendering. The crowds are 3D. The grass is 3D. The lighting is new. And on top of that you’ll have Ultimate Team for the first time on Nintendo – and for the first time you’ll be able to take it on the go. You’ll be able to play on a plane, on a bus, even from just a hotspot.”
Let us know what you think about the FIFA 18 demo and whether or not you are going to buy the game when it comes out. 0