VIDEO: FIFA 15: New ten-man celebrations, Liverpool’s ‘Kop End’ to feature

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A look at some of the new elements that will feature in EA Sports FIFA 15 game in September.

EA Sports have released a video detailing some of the new elements that are set to feature in this year’s edition of their annual FIFA game.

The title is set to be launched in the UK on September 26th, with Barcelona’s Lionel Messi once again featuring on the front cover of the game.

The video highlights some significant changes to last season’s FIFA 14, with much more emotion being displayed by player’s during a match.

The new technology will allow all 22 players on the pitch to develop relationships towards each other, based on events that take place during a game. For example, a rough tackle on a certain player will not go unnoticed by the recipient, and repeat incidents will spark a player to react aggressively towards an opponent.

Greediness in front of goal is also set to be badly received by your team-mates, with the player’s around you reacting angrily if one player continues to miss the target. Likewise, a goal in the opening five-minutes will gain huge appreciation from your colleagues, particularly your captain.

Other new elements on the game include the annual addition of new celebrations. Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s iconic goal celebration is included, as well as ten-man ones in the event of a late winning goal.

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Smaller details, in particularly the crowd and atmosphere in a game, are set to be improved. Each club or nation now has a tailored sound for its crowd, with English and Spanish league fans sounding very different in their reactions to a goal.

Crowd chants and celebrations will also be included for the first time, with Liverpool’s Kop End featuring before their home games, and Manchester City marking goals with their iconic Poznan celebration.

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