FIFA 14: next-gen trailer discusses Ignite engine’s crowd and stadium tech

Monday, 18th November 2013 12:07 GMT By Dave Cook

FIFA 14 publisher EA Sports has released a new video that explains how the next-gen Ignite engine has been used to create more believable crowds, detailed stadiums and various visual effects on PS4 and Xbox One.

The clip features team members such as executive producer David Rutter, as they discuss new techniques and effects used on next-gen formats. It also confirms that EA Sports worked with broadcaster Sky to replicate camera techniques used during televised matches to give you the best view during replays. The team closed by re-iterated that FIFA 14 runs at 1080p and 60FPS on PS4 and Xbox One.

It’s out November 22 on Xbox One, then November 29 on PS4 across Europe and other territories.

Via CVG.



  1. Nam3M3King

    I might buy FIFA, I can’t enter next gen with no footy game, I bought 4 PS4 controllers just for footy game.

    It’s a shame pro Evo isn’t coming out next gen, I have to settle for FIFA

    #1 1 year ago
  2. Zackslacky

    I will say its the best fifa ive ever played. Defenders arent invincible. Its actually graphically beautiful and plays a dream.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. MadFingerz

    hmm, just me or rain effects still look crappy? Everything else is looking good.

    #3 1 year ago

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