Following the recent E3 conference in Los Angeles there were many different games developers there previewing their latest games releases and giving us punters a little glimpse into what we can expect to see from them in the coming months. There are many different games that are set to be released in latter part of this year, September seeming like it is going to be one of the busier months.
We already know that the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is set to be released at the beginning of September and there’s also the new Battlefield game that is set to be released around September time and then for all of you sports fans out there, there’s the new FIFA 12 which will probably be released around mid September.
There’s lots of people out there wondering what the new game will be like and how it will differ from the last one, well there’s lots of little tricks that EA have up their sleeves to surprise you all with. Admittedly FIFA 11 wasn’t the best one in the long line of FIFA games, as it was FIFA 10 that really turned the heat up on PES and it seems that after the first taste that anyone will have of the new game, that there is a lot more on offer than FIFA 11.
Every year we all get new features that are included in the game that haven’t been included before and this year is no different at all, there’s set to be a new player impact system which is basically a real time physics system that lends genuine momentum, force and also consequence to every action. So if you’re playing with Lionel Messi and you come up against John Terry you’re more likely to see Messi end up on the floor than Terry.
There’s also a couple of other new additions that have been added to the game, additions that will see defenders tugging and pulling at the attackers shirts in a last ditch attempt to break down an attack and there’s also new dribbling skills that have been added and all in all this year’s instalment of FIFA, or EA’s answer to football gaming heaven is set to be a blinder! Hold on to your boots guys!