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FIFA 13 Trailer Reveal at E3

At E3, the buzz was around the Xbox 360 Kinect support and how it can affect not just the gameplay, but the career mode as well.

Here is what was revealed:

Voice Commands: Administer your squad the way real-world managers organize their clubs during a match. Use voice commands to instantly activate tactics, change formations, or initiate substitutions, and enjoy the strategic advantage of managing your club without pausing the game.

Pitch Commands: Think, react and play like a professional footballer utilising voice commands on the pitch in Be A Pro mode. Shout for a pass, send a teammate on a run or call for a shot the way real footballers communicate on the pitch.

Referee Feedback: Referees and linesmen are influenced by what they hear. Coarse language directed towards an official may be mentioned by commentators or influence a referee’s strictness and decision-making around fouls and bookings, the same way it does in real life. Plus, storylines will develop in Career Mode when players and managers let their emotions get the better of them.

Watch the first trailer reveal and the E3 press conference presentation below and visit for more information.


Comments (2)

  1. 0 0
    Another year, another opportunity to be let down. Haven't played FIFA 12 in months, it was the most unrealistic football game ever made. Teams with 90% passing success, 80% possession and they were 3 star teams. Almost no fouls or yellow cards. Only way to win in FIFA 12 was to keep the ball by ping pong passing for ages. And don't even get started on the dribbling control, it was like the player being controlled was a slow boat and 3 star CPU players all played like Messi. Sigh no 13 for me.
    06/ 6/2012
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  2. 0 0
    yeah thats right ea. work on attacking intellegence but let's not improve on the ****** defense let's make them even ********. I really think (if it's possible) it will be worse than fifa12.
    06/ 8/2012
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