EA has revealed FIFA 21 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox, PC (via Steam), and Nintendo Switch. As expected, the reveal came during EA Play 2020, Electronic Arts yearly E3-like showcase. And to accompany the official announcement of the latest installment of FIFA, EA has revealed the game's debut trailer alongside a release date. And like previous games, FIFA 21 is set to arrive in September at a price point of $60. No release date for FIFA 21 has been confirmed as yet for the Nintendo Switch or Stadia but EA have promised more details on those editions later this year. At EA Play Live on Thursday, fans got their first glimpse of what the new FIFA will look like on the next generation of consoles. There's no detail on any of FIFA 21's game modes though. Prior to EA Play 2020, EA Sports said it would talk about the game's features in August. That includes changes with gameplay, Career Mode, Volta Football, Pro Clubs, and Ultimate Team. Having ignored Career Mode and Pro Clubs for several years, EA now seems to be making an effort to update them frequently. Though hopefully, the changes will be more far-reaching than the cursory ones on FIFA 20. Best and Cheapest FIFA 21 Comfort Trade For Sale - 5mmo.com. FIFA 21 has some big questions to answer, given the criticisms and problems faced by players on FIFA 20. These included bugs in Career Mode that were only fixed months after launch, pay-to-win concerns and lack of sufficient rewards in Ultimate Team, and a variety of balancing issues in gameplay, brought about by overpowered tactical instructions, dominance of pacey players, and decreasing effectiveness of other mechanics. FIFA 21 is out October 9 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. It's usually out in late September, and that delay might be due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. FIFA 21 will most likely be available at launch for the PS5 and Xbox Series X. FIFA 21 is relegated to “Legacy Edition” on the Nintendo Switch again.