EASports has just released FIFA 15 for major consoles, including Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo 3DS, and PC. It will be available on Wii on October 1. It comes in two flavors: the regular FIFA 15 and the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Edition. The latter allows you to build concept teams by buying, selling, and trading players.
Emotional Intelligence is new for 2015. Players show emotion based on what's happening in the match. EA says there is over 600 reactions that you'll come across during missed goals, epic shots, and bad tackles.
They've also made improvements to the Dynamic Match Presentation, meaning you'll find more unique commentary, fan chants, and team bench reactions. All of which should make it more of a submersive experience for the specific match you're playing.
Goalkeepers have gotten more authentic for 2014 with tips, deflections, last second saves, and 50 new animations.
Your teammates and opponents will react and adjust tactics depending on what's happening in the game, just like real life.
Player faces, jerseys, and shoes are more realistic than ever. Jerseys move with motion and get dirty as the game goes on. In the same vein, the field gets marked up as the game goes along.
These are just a handful of the improvements to FIFA this year. For more features and videos, go to http://www.easports.com/fifa/features
FIFA 15 is available for purchase right now on Amazon.