FIFA 21 PC version will be based on the last-generation console port

FIFA fans on PC are bound to be disappointed after it was announced today that the version of FIFA 21 that will release on PC this year will not be from the next generation but rather a port from the current consoles. Many of the declared new features of FIFA 21 are centered around new mechanics and graphical achievements that can only exist thanks to the shiny hardware that the new consoles provide. Unfortunately, it appears as though PC gamers will not be able to experience the new era of FIFA games this year around.

Some next-gen features announced last week include “deferred lighting and rendering,” which will apparently result in “ultra-realistic football experiences and player fidelity.” The game was also touted to have improved player animation and “stats-driven player movement,” while support for the DualSense 5’s haptic feedback capabilities was also confirmed.

On the plus side, FIFA 21 will be the first time the series is available to buy from Steam. You probably shouldn’t grab it this year, but next year’s release should be on par with PS5 and Xbox Series X, which means Steam’s routine discounts will knock it down in price. In addition, if you are in need of Cheap FIFA 21 Ultimate Team Coins, you can visit our website z2u.com.

As for FIFA 21 itself, the game still remains something of a mystery despite EA highlighting the game in its recent Days of Play broadcast, with the release supposedly having a reveal roadmap instead. This will seemingly document exactly what changes have been implemented to the incredibly popular sport’s title as the game approaches its October release date, with fans hoping for significant alterations to its gameplay, career mode, commentary, and more.

On a more positive note, those who’ll still be interested in FIFA 21 PC will be able to get it on Steam or Origin, based on their preference.Those who are looking to play the game on next-gen consoles will be able to upgrade for free from current-gen consoles thanks to ‘Dual Entitlement’. Cross-play functionality, however, is still under investigation and hasn’t been confirmed yet.