2014 FIFA World Cup gameplay anguish for PS4, Xbox One

 

By Posted 18 Mar 2014, 12:06

If EA Sports wanted to further rub salt in the wounds of PS4 and Xbox One owners who hope for the 2014 FIFA World Cup video game to be released in their chosen platform, then a new gameplay trailer would certainly do that. As you know, the upcoming game will only be available on the PS3 and Xbox 360 from next month.

It’s hard to get a true sense of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil gameplay from the trailer below because it isn’t as clear as it could be, but you do get to see what changes have been made. Having said that, we don’t expect to see many changes from this special version and the standard game.

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We can tell you that this latest version of FIFA 14 will include a few different features, such as World Cup stadiums, improved ball-tracking, World Cup kits and also the appropriate managers for national teams.

However, we are left wondering what could have been because it is no secret that PS4 and Xbox One versions are a necessity, which we recently discussed. It is clear that these console owners are unhappy with EA Sports because they have said the reason for not offering the upcoming title on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One was because not enough people own one.

This is no consolation to gamers who sold their PS3 and Xbox 360 consoles in favor of next-gen models, believing the likes of EA Sports would fully support the new platforms.

2014 FIFA World Cup gameplay anguish for PS4, Xbox One

  • tom

    These games should be dlc anyway, rather a standalone product. Their policy on these has always been unfair i believe, i.e. release standard fifa with dozens of decent teams absent or unlicenced and the make users pay full whack to accurately simulate a major tournament at the end of the year. Is it just me or would a £10/15 world cup dlc pack not sell a ton more than a standalone game.