FIFA 18: FIFA 17 is coming out for fans in a few days, and while the upcoming game has already got rave reviews for most of its aspects, the game is seemingly not without its faults. But EA is known not to sit silently on their mistakes, and FIFA 18 will certainly be a big improvement in terms of where FIFA 17 has lost most of its fans. So here we are, compiling a list of what could make FIFA 18 one of the best football games in recent years when it comes out in 2017.
FIFA 18 Wishlist
Graphics: FIFA 17 promises to offer some of the best graphics in recent years, thanks to the recent addition of the Frostbite Engine. Compare it with any other soccer game in the market and you will see the difference in the detailing in visual mechanics and fluidity of movement in the players.
However, simple glitches are becoming increasingly frequent and many have already been reported from around the world. Those who have played the demo of the game have complained about a range of anomalies like missing body parts on players to warped faces. So the first to feature on our FIFA 18 wishlist is the need for better, smoother graphics performance to go with the detailed animation.
Speaking of the animation, this aspect could also use a touch of refinement. While we are not complaining about the overall fluidity, managers and referees feel a little lifeless when seen up close. An improvement in the complexity of the animation will help alleviate the feeling that we’re playing shells of human beings.
Better AI: We would love to see FIFA 18 hike up its standards by adding more intelligence to the opposition. This means that they should be able to learn quickly the style that a player implements into a match and up their own game the next time. This would result in less predictability of the overall game.
Story Modes: FIFA 17 is the first game in the series to include a single player story campaign, which most likely aims to draw in players who aren’t much used to playing football. But it could end up being a draw for hardcore football fanatics as well, by allowing them to assume the role of a young footballer and preparing for a career of glory. For FIFA 18 too, this could be a great trope to use to draw in more gamers as well as bring a refreshing change for FIFA veterans.
Gameplay: Don’t get us wrong, there’s nothing bad about FIFA 17’s gameplay techniques. But FIFA is often about so much more than just matches, and focusing on all these additional aspects leads to a slower game pace at times. The FIFA 17 demo is proof enough of that. So for FIFA 18, we hope the developers work a little on the pace of the matches in the upcoming game.
FIFA 18 Release Date
FIFA is a legendary football series that began back in 1993 and since then EA has delivered successive instalments of the game annually for its fans. FIFA 17 is set for release on September 27, so going by the history of the game in recent years, unless there is an unexpected delay in development, FIFA 18 will be set for release in September 2017 across most available platforms.
Seems like the next iteration of EA Sports FIFA game series is going to be the biggest ever for the franchise, and lots of surprices are awaiting for the fans around the world in this upcoming FIFA 18 game. If you wanna stay updated with all the latest happenings of this game, then feel free to bookmark this page right now.