When FIFA 16 is released next month, it will include a range of new gameplay features. There’s no-touch dribbling, women’s national teams and there’s that huge online mode, FIFA Ultimate Team Draft. These things will hopefully make the game’s £40/$60 price tag feel worth it, but they aren’t the only new things that will contribute to the FIFA 16 experience.
If you’ve played a FIFA game before then you know that even the little things can make a huge difference, such as the soundtrack (which is regularly spectacular) or the way the crowds look less like bad papier-mâché projects and more like real people with every annual update. EA has packed the upcoming sports sim with loads of these small changes, and now they’re showing them off in a brand new FIFA 16 trailer called ‘Sights & Sounds’.