The biggest selling sports game around the world returns in FIFA 21, the latest title in the FIFA series by EA Sports, and developed by EA Vancouver and EA Romania.
Featuring more than 30 official leagues around the world, with 700 clubs, and over 17,000 players, FIFA 21 sees the games career mode revamped to create a more simulation approach. Players can now also jump in and out of matches instantly, plus an improved training system, youth academy system, and transfer options. Players can then step out of career mode and take their skills online, and play with a brand new ultimate team members including newcomers Fernando Torres, Xavi, and Samuel Eto'o.
Players can have their player's club data transferred between the PS4 to PS5, and Xbox One to Xbox Series X. The Nintendo Switch version of the game, however, will be a Legacy Edition, which updates the rosters and minor cosmetic changes, but does not include the new gameplay modes.
FIFA 21 will be released across current platforms on October 9th, 2020, with a PS5, Xbox Series X, and Google Stadia release coming soon.