The trailer is narrated by senior producer Nick Channon who highlights how incoming improvements with FIFA 15, "bring a heightened level of responsiveness and fluidity to gameplay."
The video shows how redeveloped biomechanics will give players more realistic moves with the ball. Players will get a new set of stutters and strides to improve their turns and movement will reflect the real life player counterpart, a left footed player for example will visually favour that foot.
A new ball physics system is also shown which is said to accurately generate spin and new tackling features, including visible shirt pulling and shoulder barging will be coming in to make the action seem all the more physical.
Check out the video below to see how the new features play out in FIFA 15.
FIFA 15 launches on September 26th for PC, PS3, PS4, Vita, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii and 3DS.
EA's shiny new football sim lands next month.