FIFA 13′s gameplay is all about an impressive mix of realistic moves and top quality, made possible by the enhanced Impact Engine.
EA have revealed that the 5 features are:
First Touch Control – This feature will decrease the overly-emphasized precision with which players catch and control long balls.
The strenght, speed and height of the ball, as well as the abilities or skills of the player will now be better taken into consideration so as to make this first touch controls more realistic. Remember, not every player is Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi.
Offensive Al – This feature is anticipated to receive some touches of improvements in FIFA 13. This will enable smart attackers or strikers to time their run correctly and move along with the offside line so as to improve their run when off the ball.
A new free kick system – This feature will enable players to feint shots during free-kicks, allowing one of their team mates coming off the wall to receive a pass.
Defensive options on free kicks – The enhancements will allow FIFA 13 gamers to add players to their wall, or take some away so as to help the goalkeeper take his positions better during free kicks.
Complete Dribbling – This FIFA 13 feature will enable players to use precise dribble touches combined with 360-degree movements. It will however put an end to fake turns, preventing players from sprinting and changing directions instantly while starting dribbling when one on one with defenders.
With the Player Impact Engine updated, gamers will experience a new type of physical challenge – from simple collisions to off-the-ball scuffles between players. The FIFA 13 release date – to be revealed later by EA – is anticipated to be around September or October 2012.