Esports: FIFA 21 prepares a new broadcast on the celebrations | EA Spo

Updated 09/21/2020 at 08:07

EA Sports will bring more news for the most loyal gamers of FIFA 21. The company’s official Twitter account unveiled a new online event via YouTube on how footballers will celebrate after scoring a goal in the simulator.

For September 22 at 10:00 am (Peruvian time), EA Sports will host a special broadcast as a tutorial on the new celebrations. Everything indicates that FIFA 21 will have some variations when scoring a goal.

Let us remember that some celebrations were eliminated to FIFA 21. We learned this from the beta version of the simulator and it generated a whole debate on social networks. The “Shhh” gesture to silence the public and the “A-Ok” reaction will no longer be seen in the EA Sports simulator.

“What really matters is that we reduced the time you have to celebrate”said Sam Rivera, EA’s lead game producer. “We eliminated the ‘walk-back’; so after scoring a goal, there was a celebration, then a replay, and then you saw the player return to center point ”.

FIFA 21 It will be released on October 9 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC. The title is also compatible with next-generation consoles, such as the PS5 and Xbox Series X.

FIFA 21 | Early access

We tell you that there is a way to play FIFA 21 with early access of up to 10 hours from October 1. Know what you should do in the following lines.

Happens that EA Access on PS4 and Xbox One and Origin Access on PC allow you to play FIFA 21, when the simulator joins The Vault. If you don’t want to subscribe to EA Access and still have early access to the simulator, you will have to buy the editions of FIFA 21 Champions and Ultimate, which will allow you to play from October 6, three days before the official launch.

EA Access is a video game subscription service available for PS4 and Xbox One that offers the developer’s titles Electronic Arts. In addition to access to FIFA 21 Starting October 1, you can buy EA digital games at a 10% discount and try games for free before they launch.


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