CenturyLink Field Will Be Featured In FIFA 16

As you know, CenturyLink Field would be included in FIFA 16. Today, we can know exactly what it will look like as well as the other eight new stadiums that will be included in the popular EA Sports video game.



FIFA 16 stadiums


CenturyLink Field is just the second MLS stadium to be featured in the game, joining the Vancouver Whitecaps’ BC Place. The most notable difference between the final rendering and the earlier rendering of CenturyLink Field is that there is no midfield tunnel from which players enter the pitch. There was not, however, any word on whether there would be flamethrowers.

Joining CenturyLink Field in this year’s game will be BORUSSIA-PARK (Borussia Mönchengladbach, Bundesliga), Carrow Road (Norwich City, Barclays Premier League), El Monumental (Club Atlético River Plate, Argentine Primera División), Fratton Park (Portsmouth FC, England League Two), King Abdullah Sports City (Al-Ittihad & Al-Ahli, Saudi Abdul Latif Jameel League), Stade Vélodrome (Olympique de Marseille, Ligue 1), Vicarage Road (Watford, Barclays Premier League), Vitality Stadium (Bournemouth, Barclays Premier League).

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FIFA 16’s Brand New Features You Need To Know

FIFA 16 is fast approaching, the football season is drawing near, and the FIFA 16 release date is in sight. There are 10 brand new features you need to know in FIFA 16.

Brand New Features

While summer continues to disappoint, particularly if it’s a British one you’re enduring. EA Sports’ newest instalment surely won’t, and players around the world are desperately squeezing the last dregs from FIFA 15 before they have to start all over again in September.

Ultimate Teams will be reconstructed from scratch, careers will be taken back to the beginning, and now women’s teams will be raised up. But while the majority of fans will have already read about the new modes, including the leap away from men’s football, the important changes all come woven into the gameplay itself.

Exciting modes, new features, and gimmicks will keep fans returning form more, but the gameplay is what will hold them there. So get ready to take a deeper look at the intricate details EA have crafted into the game, rather than merely writing the changes off as ‘a few tweaks’. These new additions will change the way you play FIFA.