Why will Buy FIFA 2021 Games
Win as one in EA SPORTS FIFA 21, powered by Frostbite. Whether it’s on the streets or in the stadium, FIFA 21 has more ways to play than ever before, including the UEFA Champions League and CONMEBOL Libertadores.
A whole new way to play out your season. Jump in and out of gameplay during matches to control the outcome of the match, change the course of a game by controlling key moments like penalties and free kicks, and make changes directly from the sim as you monitor your players’ performance levels and the match starts.
Enjoy more control over your players’ growth in FIFA 21. New position training lets you turn marauding right-backs into right-wingers, goal-scoring midfielders into false 9s, and more, while new development plans let you focus your squad’s development in the areas you want to match your team’s style of play.
- Career Mode – New additions create additional depth in matches, transfers, and training to give you more control over your team’s rise to the top
- FUT – Enjoy brand new ways to play the most popular mode in FIFA as you build your dream squad of players past and present in FIFA 21 Ultimate Team
- VOLTA – Experience the soul of the streets with friends as you show off your style in cages and courts around the world throughout various forms of small-sided football
- Unrivaled Authenticity – FIFA 21 brings you unrivaled authenticity with more than 30 official leagues, 700+ teams, and 17000+ authentic players.
FIFA 21 Review
Okay, enough’s enough. Ever since EA first brought the FIFA series to the Switch with FIFA 18, Nintendo fans have been given a lesser version of the game seen on other systems. At first, we gave EA the benefit of the doubt and put it down to the challenges of porting a game to a less powerful system with a user base who hadn’t seen a new FIFA game for half a decade.
We even smiled when the game’s producer explained in interviews that the reason the Switch version had fewer modes than the Xbox One and PS4 versions was that “The Journey” story mode was only possible with the power of the Frostbite engine (despite only being a bunch of cutscenes) and Ultimate Team would overwhelm Nintendo gamers if they were exposed to everything it had to offer right away. It was complete nonsense and ever so slightly patronizing, but hey, it was their first year, so we held our tongue and decided we’d give EA time to establish the series on Switch and see where it would go from there.
FIFA 21 is the straw that breaks the camel’s back. After initially impressing us with FIFA 18 (despite it being based on the previous year’s outing, FIFA 17), EA has completely shut up shop and made no effort whatsoever to improve the series on Switch. By now giving us a second Legacy Edition in a row, while also removing the previous games from the eShop to ensure this is the only option that remains, EA has inadvertently created another, more realistic option: ignore this game entirely, and don’t give out your hard-earned cash in return for being insulted.