Since its release on Friday, the last FIFA gambling was the talk of the town.
Unfortunately, not for the right reasons.
The new edition has undergone careful review to provide a better gaming experience on Playstation 4 rather than PlayStation 5.
Recently, videos have surfaced showing the differences of the same game but on different consoles. The most notable being the presence of ânext-genâ technology on PlayStation 5, but not on PlayStation 4.
‘Next-gen’ technology was introduced to improve the appearance of players, making the game look realistic, but fans and gamers of the game believe they failed miserably.
From above, technology has messed up gamers’ hair. It seemed to be too soft and randomly floating. One gamer commented: “The difference between the two consoles is that hair is bouncing now on PlayStation 5.”
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The facial and physical attributes of some players also did not match their profile. One of those players was the Croatian midfielder Luka Modric.
The ânext-genâ technology also added a large amount of contrast and saturation to the graphics, which ended up negatively affecting the grass on the pitch.
One player wrote: “I found the grass on the field to be extremely washed out. Almost like some texture was missing. Comparing it to the PS4 version, where it looks a lot nicer in detail and color. texture. This must be an obvious bug / error. “
Since the PlayStation 4 lacks this feature, playing on this console seemed to offer a much better experience than its successors.
ENTER THE CONTEST
Aspects like better ball control, better grass texture and larger pitch were also noticed in the PlayStation 4 version.
FIFA’s only serious competitor, PES (now known as eFootball) has recently gained popularity for working on the physical appearance and overall experience of the game, although their latest version has dropped terribly, having been voted as the worst game in Steam history.
It has, however, led many fans to wonder if the parent company of FIFA (EA Sports) will ever make any changes to help them give their players a better look. Game to live.