The FIFA franchise has been built on the iteration of previous year's installments, so it's no surprise to see FIFA 15 offer a more dynamic environment over any gameplay changes. In EA's press event today, we saw a bigger focus on making the stadiums feel more personal, from the Kop end at Anfield to the noise of La Bombanera.
There's tweaks to individual players' style and the ways they'll express themselves on pitch and a new player emotion system that I'm assuming will change the way the player will perform when they're either winning or losing. Which hopefully means you'll see some spectacular blow ups on pitch (not naming any names Balotelli Suarez *coughs*).
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