EA Sports have just released a new trailer for the upcoming FIFA 21 game, with a focus on the Germany 1.Bundesliga - one of the top five leagues on the planet.
If you're a fan of video-games and the sweet game of football, it's important to point out that Bundesliga will only be available in the new FIFA 21 game. So, yeah, if you want to play career mode with Bayern München, Borussia Dortmund, and feel the atmosphere you can only see at Bundesliga stadiums, you'll have to buy FIFA 21.
The Bundesliga was already fully licensed in previous FIFA games, and the love (or should we say the mutual interest) continues in the next instalment in the series and will continue to flourish on the upcoming next-gen consoles too.
Being fully-licensed in a FIFA game means that TV-like Bundesliga presentation is included, all stadiums are licensed and included in the game, as are all the clubs with their official kits for the season, squad rosters, etc.
FIFA 21 will be released October 9 for the current-gen consoles and the Windows PC, with the next-gen consoles getting free-upgrade for those who previously bought the game on PS4 and Xbox One, although, we still do not have any info regarding the next-gen version of FIFA 21, so we can only speculate what improvements it will bring.
Let's take a look at the highest-rated Germany 1.Bundesliga players in FIFA 21:
- Robert Lewandowski - ST - 91 OVR (Bayern München)
- Manuel Neuer - GK - 89 OVR (Bayern München)
- Joshua Kimmich - CDM - 88 OVR (Bayern München)
- Jadon Sancho - RM - 87 OVR (Borussia Dortmund)
- Thomas Müller - CAM - 86 OVR (Bayern München)
- Mats Hummels - CB - 86 OVR (Borussia Dortmund)
- Yann Sommer - GK - 86 OVR (Borussia M'gladbach)
- Serge Gnarby - RM - 85 OVR (Bayern München)
- Marco Reus - CAM - 85 OVR (Borussia Dortmund)
- Leroy Sané - LM - 85 OVR (Bayern München)
- Erling Braut Håland - ST - 84 OVR (Borussia Dortmund)