FIFA 21 is shown in PS5 and Xbox Series X version, the images

FIFA 21 is shown in PS5 and Xbox Series X version, the images
The annual FIFA episode is unmissable, but when you are between two generations of consoles, the wait for the new chapter of the football brand EA Sports becomes even more palpable. While the console versions of the last generation have already been available for more than a month, FIFA 21 is also coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S during the month of December.

To celebrate the arrival of its sports title also on the newly generated consoles, Electronic Arts today released the first images of the next gen version FIFA 21. the American company has chosen to show us two images that showcase both versions of the football game. On one side we can admire a screenshot belonging to the PS5 game, while on the other there is the Xbox Series X | S version.

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- EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) November 10, 2020

The two images proposed for now by EA Sports do not reveal too much, even if the various visual effects, lighting and textures of the uniforms appear much more defined than the current gen version currently available on the market. We have yet to see what a full game will look like visually, as EA has not yet released gameplay captured on next-gen consoles.

We remind you that the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S version of FIFA 21 will be released not before December 4th. There will still be time, therefore, to better understand how the game will behave in terms of gameplay. What do you think of the visual aspect shown by these first two images of the new FIFA for next-generation consoles? Are you waiting to buy the game on next gen or are you playing on current consoles in the meantime? Tell us yours by leaving a comment in the dedicated section below.

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