FIFA 21 provides several exciting gameplay gimmicks that are not found on previous titles of the series. FIFA 20, for instance, annoyed a lot of players with its predictable passing system, disastrous Ultimate Team mode, and more. FIFA 21 brings an overhauled gameplay that already convinced plenty of gamers.
FIFA 21 features the Ultimate gameplay difficulty as a premiere – it’s even harder than the Legendary difficulty, as players have to struggle more than ever to win a match. But EA doesn’t want to stop here.
Update 3 increases difficulty even more
If you already heard about the Competitor Mode, it means that you enjoy new challenges in FIFA. The Competitor Mode is an additional modifier aimed for Ultimate and Legendary difficulties, and it’s based on the style of playing of real-life FIFA professionals.
With the new Competitor Mode from FIFA 21, you can expect crazy skill moves, pin-point timed finishing, and also epic defending when encountering the AI. This is all brought by Update 3 of the game that has already begun rolling out.
FIFA 21 has some pretty decent system requirements, and the recommended ones are:
- Operating System: 64-bit Windows 10
- Processor (AMD): FX 8150 @3.6GHz or Equivalent
- Processor (Intel): Core i5-3550 @3.40GHz or Equivalent
- Memory: 8 GB
- Graphics card (AMD): Radeon R9 270x or Equivalent
- Graphics card (NVIDIA): GeForce GTX 670 or Equivalent
- Online Connection Requirements: Broadband Connection
- Hard-drive space: 50 GB
As for the minimum requirements, you can even play FIFA 21 on a Windows 7 PC, which is remarkable considering that Microsoft is not supporting anymore the operating system released in 2009.
FIFA 21 is finally released for those gamers who enjoy playing their favorite titles from the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Windows PC platforms. Those who will prefer the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Series S consoles will also get the chance of running FIFA 21 on those platforms starting next month.