FIFA Street

From the creators of the award-winning EA SPORTS FIFA Football franchise, and inspired by street football styles and stars from around the world, FIFA Street is the most authentic street football game ever made. Enjoy a unique and fun experience where everything from the environments to the gear to the music is true to the sport and its culture.
Whether performing one panna after another without breaking a sweat the way the game is played in Amsterdam, or a physical, fight-for-possession style the way players compete in London, fans will enjoy a superior fidelity of ball control and responsiveness than anything ever experienced. Plus, for the first time ever, utilize aerial skills to maneuver past opponents, an all-new sophisticated wall-play mechanic and over 50 brand new spectacular skill moves.
FIFA Street (also known as FIFA Street 4 or FIFA Street 2012) is a forthcoming game in EA Sports' FIFA Street franchise based on street football. It will be the first such game in almost four years, and a reboot for the series. FIFA Street is being developed by some of the same team behind FIFA 12, including creative director Gary Paterson, and will use the FIFA 12 game engine. Sid Misra, the line producer for FIFA Street, promised "the first true quality street football experience."
The game was first announced on 16 August 2011 at the Gamescom event in Germany, and will be released on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles in March 2012. Along with several other new EA Sports titles, FIFA Street will be available early to purchasers of the EA Sports Season Ticket. Lionel Messi will feature on the cover after EA announced, in November 2011, that he had signed a deal to become the new face of the FIFA franchise. The "Adidas All-Star Team" including 13 of the greatest footballers in the world and the Lionel Messi Barcelona-themed venue is available as pre-order bonus. A FIFA Street demo launches on 28 February 2012 on Xbox Live and PSN.

  In an effort to make the game more "authentic", the stylised cartoon-like visuals of previous games in the series has been dropped in favour of a more realistic look, though there will still be the same emphasis on skill moves and tricks. The focus is once again on fast-paced games involving small teams of five or six players per side, one-on-one, and game modes based on panna and futsal also included. As with the previous games in the series, skill moves are an important element of gameplay. FIFA Street will feature twice as many tricks as are possible in FIFA 12, with much greater variety, and over 50 more than its predecessor FIFA Street 3. Other new features will include improved one-touch passing, a feature called Street Ball Control, and a new "ATTACK" dribbling system.
The game will feature a large number of real-life players from 120 teams of many of the world's biggest leagues, and 35 locations from around the world ranging from Amsterdam streets to the beach in Rio de Janeiro. Each of these arenas will attempt to reflect the style of football played in that country. The game will be the first game in the series to feature both national and club teams

  •  Enjoy a unique, fun-packed experience where everything from the environments to the music is true to street football and its culture. 
  •  Compete everywhere from car parks to prestigious tournaments in 35 locations around the world.
  •  Play with or against stars of the most popular clubs in the world or real-life street players.
"Free Your Game."
FIFA Street 4 (FIFA Street 2012) trailer:
Relase Date: 16 March 2012


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