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It's another year and another FIFA game is out now, EA previously said that this year's FIFA 21 won't be the next-gen version of the title, but how does it perform? Are we looking at the same performance as last year and the years before that? Can low-end PC hardware run it? We take a look at the PC performance benchmarks for FIFA 21...
FIFA 21 is out now for all EA Play subscribers, whilst everyone else will need to wait another week until the full release. So with FIFA 21 technically being released already, here's the full list of PC customizable graphics options, and they're not exactly extensive...
The time is upon us, and the system requirements for FIFA 21 have officially been revealed. Whilst these games have usually always been some pretty good looking titles, the specs never really illustrated that. The good news here is that the FIFA 21 system specs are almost identical to last year's, so if you were able to play FIFA 20 just fine, you'll also be able to play FIFA 21 fine.
Last week, during the EA Play Live online stream event, EA Sports confirmed that the next addition to the Football franchise, FIFA 21, will be heading to Steam for the very first time. Whilst this certainly is good news for the football heads among us who primarily use Steam, Electronic Arts also confirmed that the latest entry on PC will be stuck on the current-gen console versions of the PS4 and Xbox One, rather than the next-gen upgrade of the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions.