Electronic Arts announced today that their award-winning EA SPORTS FIFA Gameplay on the Sony PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 is going to be implemented in the arriving FIFA 11 for Windows-Based PCs. The football game console engine has been optimized to run on Windows-Based PCs, delivering next generation gameplay to the FIFA 11.
“The EA SPORTS FIFA franchise is committed to investing and innovating for PC and this is a watershed moment,” said Executive Producer Kaz Makita. “We are delivering to FIFA 11 PC the high quality gameplay, innovative game modes and stunning graphics that have made FIFA the highest rated sports game on the PlayStation3 and Xbox 360 and winner of over 50 sports game of the year awards.”
The upcoming FIFA 11 PC will run on the physics-based and data-driven technology that powers the EA SPORTS football engine on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It will feature the true 360 degree dribbling system that offers the player a precise control over the ball, and also next generation animation technology that can deliver skilled dribbling.
FIFA 11 for Windows-Based PCs will be available in store across Europe and Asia for the Sony PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, Windows-Based PCs, Sony PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS, and Sony PlayStation Portable on the 1st of October, 2010.
The game is developed by EA Canada.