FIFA Interactive World Cup, Creation Centre and more won’t be on previous gen consoles.
EA Sports has finally revealed which features from the upcoming FIFA 16 will be making it to all platforms and which will be removed from previous gen consoles, namely the PS3 and Xbox 360.
According to a new blog post, previous gen players will still receive all the teams, gameplay improvements, innovations and so on when they pick up FIFA 16. However, they won’t receive Creation Centre, custom music and chants, the FIFA Interactive World Cup, GameFace, match lobbies and the secondary English commentary from Andy Townsend and Clyde Tyldesley. It should be noted that the in-game presentation with Jeff Stelling has been removed on PS4, Xbox One and PC as well.
Not a big list of omissions for sure but if you want the full FIFA 16 experience when it releases on September 22nd in North America and September 14th in Europe, you’ll need a current gen console or PC. Stay tuned for more information on the game as we approach launch.