If the recent announcement by EA Sports to include 12 women's national teams in FIFA 16 wasn't enough to convince you to buy the game when it comes out in September, perhaps this will. CenturyLink Field will be one of the real world stadiums included in the next version of the game. The home of Seattle Sounders FC and the Seattle Seahawks was included in the official E3 trailer for FIFA 16.
FIFA 16 will also include new physics in defending (defensive agility, defend as a unit, new tackling fundamentals), midfield (control in midfield, interception intelligence, passing with purpose), and "moments of magic" (no touch dribbling, dynamic crossing, clinical finishing). FIFA 16 will also help you "compete at a higher level" with the FIFA Trainer, which is an optional in-match heads up display that offers suggestions to the player based on the player's position on the pitch and training level.
FIFA Ultimate Team players will be excited that a Messi and Pele 5 game loan card will be included with the game as long as you log into your FUT account or create one if you don't have one already.
Log into your #FUT account before 8am UK June 19, 2015 to claim your Messi/Pelé loan: http://t.co/Flr6kv6uey pic.twitter.com/LOY563SoSk— EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) June 15, 2015
Look out for more news on the game throughout the summer:
#FIFA16 news throughout the summer including #FUT, Career Mode, ratings and more! pic.twitter.com/FXdN9uoKAv— EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) June 15, 2015