Note: This review only applies to the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of FIFA 15. Due to the nature of the development for both last and current gen hardware we can not apply our experiences with this version to those available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. This review also does not apply to the Wii, Vita and 3DS versions as these are the Legacy editions of the game.
For the past few years EA and EA Sports have been consistent in delivering one of the highest-quality soccer experiences available in the genre, but does FIFA 15 offer anything new, or does it simply improve upon past mechanics and offer a sizeable roster-update?
One of the first things to think about here is the fact that in a genre likes this you’ll obviously be limited when it comes to offering new experiences, but what the FIFA franchise has been doing consistently well for the past few years is improving upon its core mechanics, and due to its scope and popularity the franchise has been almost single-handedly carrying the soccer-genre on its shoulders in the past few years.