EA: FIFA 11 coming to PC

Written by Joe Martin

July 9, 2010 | 10:17

Tags: #fifa #football #peter-moore #sports

Companies: #electronic-arts

FIFA 11 has been announced for PCs and is set for an October release, says a release from the EA Sports label - and it'll apparently have the same quality of graphics and gameplay as the console versions.

Writing on his official blog, EA Sports boss Peter Moore explained that FIFA 11 on the PC would offer PC games a console-level experience. Gee, thanks.

"You'll now be able to have the award-winning gameplay and graphics that were once only for consoles, optimised for your home computer," wrote Moore.

"FIFA PC users have been requesting this for some time now, and although it took two years to develop, we are finally able to deliver the next-gen game experience on PC."

EA Sports has set the release date for FIFA 11 as October 1st in Europe - a date which will apply to all versions.

Key features for FIFA 11 include a new 'Creation Centre', where players can design their own players from scratch and share them through the online network.

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