Hopefully, you’ve already ravaged the FIFA12 demo and are anxiously waiting the September 27th in the US and September 29th in the UK FIFA12 release date. FIFA12 will be available on multiple platforms, PS3, Wii, Xbox360 and Nintendo 3DS. The most talked about aspect about the new FIFA12 seems to be the new game-changing Player Impact Engine, and significant improvements from FIFA11.
The revolutionary new Player Impact Engine takes into account the precise physics in order to influence the player’s movements and actions. The realistic interactions make the game more engaging and unpredictable in any situation. Other new features include new and improved precision dribbling. FIFA11 was great but in FIFA12 you can control the ball, and move it around without changing your player’s location. Additionally the new tactical defending system allows larger gamer input. EA said they wanted to, “bring the skill of real world defending in to FIFA,” and make each situation feel like individual battles.
Finally, the CPU players can somewhat think for themselves! In FIFA12 the computer players are infused with Pro Player Intelligence and are able to make decisions based on their player’s abilities and strengths of their surrounding teammates. The teams can base their attacks based on the players, and the weakness of their opponents. This feature will greatly impact the way the user interacts with game and how to strategize the match.
With the FIFA 12 release date quickly approaching gamers are starting to pre-order FIFA12 and figure out a way to either attain the FIFA Ultimate Team download from Xbox LIVE Subscription Pack. The numerous improvements from FIFA11 and the additional downloads and modes to explore, should have any gamer lining up for the FIFA12 release date of September 27th or September 29th; depending which side of the pond you’re on