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Four images for Fifa 11

Four images for Fifa 11

EA released these few images presenting the creation centre of Fifa 11. Expect some exclusive videos of the game at the end of August, live from Cologne.

Press release:


EA SPORTS unveiled today a new feature called Creation Centre that will provide football fans with the tools to customize content in FIFA 11 on Xbox 360 and PlayStation3 in new ways. Craft your own football player and create the team of your dreams using a web-based application at www.easportsfootball.com. Create a player by choosing his appearance, accessories and attributes and then create an original team with a distinctive crest and kits, complete with home stadium.

Fans will be able to share their created players and teams with friends and download into their console to play online, in Tournaments and in Kick-Off matches in FIFA 11. In addition, fans can choose player attributes and manage their created team’s formations and tactics right from the web. Creation Centre will launch when FIFA 11 is available in stores on Sept. 28 in North America and Oct. 1 in Europe and Asia.

“Having the ability to customize content in FIFA 11 to the degree where you are creating players and teams, choosing player attributes and managing team tactics effortlessly from the web opens up a world of possibilities of original content that fans will be able to create,” said David Rutter, Producer of FIFA 11 on Xbox 360 and PS3. “Creation Centre will perfectly compliment the official league and team licenses that are the hallmark of the FIFA franchise.”

Also new this year in FIFA 11 is Custom Audio, which enables fans to assign chants for every team and league in the game. Fans can set their home club’s chants to play during player introductions, halftime, and after goals – even hearing their name echo in the stands of Old Trafford or San Siro with created chants for their Virtual Pro. Plus, fans now have the ability to play music from their hard drive in game.

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Commented on 2010-07-07 14:13:26
this is from the EA sports site right? and not in game

if so they are making it abit complicated, even though it is obviously alot easier with mouse and keyboard the amount of problems importing virtual pro faces had i cant be happy about it

also creating team and players is a ZERO interest of mine, i buy football games to play as teams and players i know
Commented on 2010-07-07 14:46:07
While it's interesting to see improvements on this part of the game, it's also sad that they're relying too much on the transition of EASports.com servers to the XBL or PSN servers. Like GangStarr said, the service still has a lot of problems. Their GameFace thing is still at a Beta stage for a year(perhaps more ?).
EA still has a lot of problems on that area and I'd prefer to do most of this Creation Centre directly on my console.

I bet that the program they use to costumize(shown in the first 2 images) isn't going to run with Firefox at the start LOL
Commented on 2010-07-07 17:08:41
Seems a big shame you can't use gameface for each of these created players :(
Commented on 2010-07-07 17:36:01
yeah faces looks all the same, in pes you can change the textures that would help a lot!
Commented on 2010-07-07 18:27:08
game play is the most important part of a game that pes is strange with it
Commented on 2010-07-07 18:44:54
I'm surprised people don't think this is more awesome... one of the best things about PES in its peak was being able to make your own team and take them into Master League. Being able to do something like that in FIFA 11 - only with far more options and flexibility - is going to add a lot of replay value to what is a game with bundles of it already.
Commented on 2010-07-08 17:56:49
hope this is also intergrated some way into clubs!!

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