FIFA 14 PS4 and Xbox One vs. current-gen differences

By Peter Chubb - Nov 27, 2013

Having already discussed at how Call of Duty Ghosts looks on next-gen when compared to current-gen, we are sure FIFA 14 fans will be interested to know how its PS4 and Xbox One versions compare to that of the PS3 and Xbox 360?

With the Xbox One now released worldwide and the PS4 about to be released in other countries, it is now time to consider making the upgrade to the next generation version of FIFA 14, and if the image is anything to go by above, then it is going to be a massive improvement – although we know stills don’t tell the whole story.

There is no denying that FIFA 14 for the PS3 and Xbox 360 has its limitations, but this is no longer the case on the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. MMGN has a review of the complete next-gen version of FIFA 14 and has given it a review score of 8.4 out of 10.

They say the game is still not as revolutionary as they would have hoped, but then there was only so much EA could improve on as the basis of the game was all written developed.

Overall, the FIFA 14 next-gen improvements are clear for all to see and we have high hopes for the future, as EA has laid the foundations for FIFA 15, which will make far better use of the PS4 and Xbox One hardware. See the differences of both generation versions of FIFA 14 in the video below.

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FIFA 14 PS4 and Xbox One vs. current-gen differences

  • Liam

    Well they got one thing right… Gareth Bale looking like a monkey!

  • Jason Clarke

    even tho im getting fifa 14 for my ps4 when it arrives hopefully friday, this video is not a good example of graphics improvement, the skin textures on current gen just look better, wrinkles on the forehead for instance are more noticeable whereas on next gen its very smooth and clay like. cristiano ronaldo is a good example, maybe its the ”last gen lighting” but his hair seems more individual, but it may just be the lighting at that moment, lets face it light doesnt shine off people like that because we are not reflective. but in this picture its helping to seperate things. the skin seems for sure better, nobody is so smooth how it looks on next gen.