EA have announced that the upcoming edition of FIFA 15 will feature all 20 stadiums of the Barclays Premier League in a move which will surely satisfy fans of the game who call out for more grounds to choose from with every annual release of the popular footballing video game.
Announced via the company’s blog, EA have confirmed that the FIFA team were granted exclusive access to each Premier League Club in order to take detailed photography of the stadia, ensuring that each render of the grounds looks as realistic as possible.
In addition to this and to increase the realism of each venue further, the developers have also sampled audio from each club’s supporters to create the ultimate audo/visual gaming experience with this years release.
Think it sounds like the type of hyperbolic sales patter which wouldn’t be out of place in the corporate facilities at the Emirates? Watch the video below and decide for yourself…
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Anfield – Liverpool
Boleyn Ground – West Ham
Britannia Stadium – Stoke
The Emirates – Arsenal
The Etihad – Man City
Goodison Park – Everton
The Hawthorns – West Brom
KC Stadium – Hull
King Power Stadium – Leicester City
Liberty Stadium – Swansea
Loftus Road – QPR
Old Trafford – Man Utd
Selhurst Park Crystal Palace
Stadium of Light – Sunderland
Stamford Bridge – Chelsea
St James Park – Newcastle
St Mary’s – Southampton
Turf Moor – Burnley
Villa Park – Aston Villa
White Hart Lane – Tottenham Hotspur
Source for Images: EA Sports Fifa Blog.
So which stadium looks the best/worst? I’m fully expecting to come up against loads of Barcelona Badges/Britannia Stadiums on this year’s ultimate team mode so I’m going to nominate this as the worst for now. :)