Football, the most brilliant show on the world, give FIFA 15 fans the enthusiasm and power. We are so glad to tell you the game will begin in September. And our EA SPORTS IGNITE engine, powering all EA SPORTS titles on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, will now also run FIFA 15 on PC.
The PC version will include all the same core features coming to the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game. You can read about all those new features here. FIFA on PC has for some time now lagged behind the console versions when it comes to features and, crucially, the game engine itself. Not any more, EA has said.
The PC version of FIFA 15 uses the EA Sports Ignite engine, the one announced last year as powering all EA Sports games on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. “The PC version will include all the same core features coming to the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game,” EA said.
Next-generation visuals put fans on living pitches with grass that wears and tears as the match progresses. Authentic player visuals make players lean, athletic, and true to their real-life appearance. Player control heightens the responsiveness of player movement, gives athletes more control and personality on the ball, and makes man-to-man battles more rewarding than ever before.
FIFA 15 on PC allows you to play the game on a variety of control devices. For the best experience, we recommend using the Xbox One Wireless Controller. The controls listed throughout the manual assume that you are using an Xbox One Wireless Controller. Please consult the readme file for the full list of controllers that are supported. Also note that in the FIFA launcher, if you select GAME SETTINGS, BUTTON ICONS, you can toggle between numeric and the, style of icons. If you are a keyboard or keyboard and mouse player, FIFA 15 on PC also allows you to see keyboard icons/keys in-game. This is defined when you launch the game and reach the screen that says, “Press START or SPACE”. This defines your default control device. If you have an Xbox One Wireless Controller and press Menu button at this point, you will see the button icons that you’ve selected in the previously mentioned FIFA Launcher. If you press SPACEBAR on this screen, you will see keyboard icons represented throughout.
Everything else remains in stasis. FIFA Ultimate Team is still wonderful, but marred by inexplicably shit menus that make every moment of management a tedious chore. I’ve yet to spend any real money on players, but I did last year and likely will again. I haven’t played the Be A Pro mode – sorry, but it’s never been my thing. I hear it’s broadly unchanged.
FIFA 15 is still great. I still love playing it. It’s exciting and tense and skillful and rewarding. There’s no better local multiplayer game, when all the above mentioned frustrations can be turned against and inflicted upon a friend, making them upset and angry for unfair reasons. Ultimate Team’s RPG systems and collectible card systems are still absurdly moreish. This year’s tweaks to pace and goalkeepers and so on do marginally improve certain things, though I miss some of FIFA 13’s defensive nous.
The PC system requirements for FIFA 15 has been revealed by Electronic Arts. And they stated that PC gamers will need at least a quad-core CPU and a 64bit OS, besides 4GB of RAM is the minimum RAM requirement. Meanwhile, you will at least need an ATI Radeon HD 5770 or an NVIDIA GTX 650 since FIFA 15 will only support DX11 GPUs.