FIFA 14 was presented on Xbox One and Playstation 4 in Paris and we took the liberty of filming some footage on Microsoft's new console. EA asked us not to zoom on the TV screen and wanted the videos to remain as short as possible, so please don't put the blame on us. Quality isn't perfect though, as we had a few problems with the camera we used. That being said, we don't think you'll find other 60 fps videos of the game before it's released, so hopefully, you'll enjoy them. Update: PS4 gameplay footage added.
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