Manchester City Tournament Features in FIFA 15
You know the development team at EA Sports is ready to deliver a final player tournament for the year? Well,this means fans of FIFA 15 will be able to watch Manchester City players trying their hand at the football sim which features their own likenesses and special moves.
The footage features appearances from some of the best players of the club, including Sergio Aguero, Samir Nasri, Yaya Toure and Dedryck Boyata.
The first two superstars were part of one team, and in the first match, which featured the classic EA Sports team selection of Barcelona and Real Madrid, they managed to win 2 – 0, with some nice goals delivered along the way.
The second match featured an appearance from the Manchester City team in FIFA 15 (the Toure – Boyata team was close to playing using Manchester United) and the virtual Aguero scored to give his real world counterpart a 1 – 0 win, which wrapped up the tournament.
As always, it’s a shame that EA Sports is not ready to give fans the entire footage taken from the matches, because they would certainly offer more entertaining moments than the heavily edited videos that are available on the official channel.
Player tournaments for FIFA 15 have also been staged using players from Barcelona, Liverpool, Everton, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, and Borussia Dortmund.
Presumably, more will be added next year in order to keep the fan base engaged.
FIFA 15 is making a big push for the holiday market
At the moment, gamers can pick up the special Holiday Edition for FIFA 15 using any digital outlet, which means that players can get access to more in-game currency to spend as they see fit and they have more moves to celebrate the special moments when they managed to score goals.
The game also gives them access to Lionel Messi, the best player in the game at the moment, on loan for a short period when they start the Ultimate Team mode.
At the same time, the developers at EA Sports are running a set of special events for gamers, offering access to special packages for the game and other bonuses.
Currently, FIFA 15 is still selling well, despite being more than three months old, and a major new patch for it will probably be launched in February of next year, delivering the real world transfers during the January window to the football sim and tweaking some core mechanics.