If you’re also eager to see FIFA 21 running on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, or PC, your wish will soon be granted. The next installment of the legendary FIFA series promises a lot of exciting gameplay like never before. The Career More is announced by the developers to be the best yet from the whole series.
FIFA 21 arrives on October 6 for the usual platforms that were mentioned above. The game will also be available for the next-generation consoles Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. Microsoft’s console will arrive in November, while the new PlayStation becomes available for purchase in December.
More opportunities on the transfer market
The overhauled career mode promises more ways to sign players on the transfer market and advanced gameplay. You are free to delight yourself with the official trailer below:
If you’re among the numerous people willing to be playing FIFA 21 on a PC, you must know that the system requirements are not too high. The game will even work on Windows 7, although the good old operating system isn’t supported by Microsoft anymore since January. You’ll also need at least 8 GB of RAM, an Athlon X4 880K processor of 4GHz or something better, and a video card like NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7850.
As for the recommended requirements of FIFA 21, they are a bit higher:
- OS: 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
Whether we like to admit it or not, FIFA 20 has some significant hindrances that need correction. Specific parts of the gameplay like passing, hitting the post too much, unrealistic difficulties are supposed to get corrected with the arrival of FIFA 21.
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