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FIFA 21 launched on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One last month and fans have been waiting for any information on the next-gen versions.
Their prayers were answered on Tuesday afternoon when a 30 second clip of Paris Saint-Germain forward and FIFA cover star Kylian Mbappe strutting his stuff emerged.
All footage is from the in-game Frostbite engine and you can check it out below.
Mbappe dances through Liverpool's midfield before drifting out wide and getting past Trent Alexander-Arnold.
The footage then stops and shows 'Next Level Speed' coursing through the 21-year-old, who rounds Alisson to score.
FIFA 21 will also launch on the Xbox Series X/S on December 4.
Fans have reacted to the footage and they're ready to jump in next month.
..the current version (PS4/XB1) was a game we would only play for ~2months so I wasn't too fussed about that specific game. Very very excited for Next Gen though. Hopefully it's a step in the right direction.- Alex Brands ☆ (@Kazooie94) November 24, 2020
fifa 21 next gen is gonna be fire:pray::sob::fire:- Razz (@itsrazzhd) November 24, 2020
FIFA 21 next gen updates:- Joe 'wotta' Anderson :flag_black::soccer::video_game: (@_wotta) November 24, 2020
- Runs at 4K @ 60FPS
- Deferred Rendering
- Runtime Lighting which improves realism of textures
- New strand based hair tech for some top players
- Muscle Deformation on players
- Next gen ball compression
- Animations look better pic.twitter.com/dWp4vs1m5P
"We're excited to deliver a new level of authenticity that will immerse players in the game like never before when they step out onto the virtual pitch in FIFA 21," said Aaron McHardy, Executive Producer of FIFA.
"With next level immersive experiences that truly bring the most recognizable stadiums and professional players to life, the technology behind these next generation consoles opens up a world of possibilities for how players will experience the world's game this year and into the future."
Quicker load times are promised as is a deeper connection with players.
A boost in graphics will allow Real Player Motion Technology to create more realistic scenarios when jostling for ball possession.
PlayStation 5 players will have the added benefits of the DualSense controller, allowing players to sense the impact of shots, passes and tackles, while feeling the rhythm of the game in their hands.
Are you excited to play FIFA 21 on next-gen consoles?
Featured Image Credit: EA Sports
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