which will be running under the hood of FC 24

Though we have heard many details about FC 24's two marquee improvements, the new impact engine and Pro Player Intelligence,EA FC 24 Coins not many gamers know just how deep these features' implementation goes. To correct that, EA Sports has release two behind-the-scenes looks at FC 24 that are solely devoted to explaining both the impact engine and Pro Player Intelligence, and boy are they impressive.

According to the team at EA Canada, FC 24’s Pro Player Intelligence actually got its start with the Personality+ feature that was introduced during last year’s iteration. Personality+, for those that don’t know, allowed the gamer to utilize a particular player’s natural tendencies to their advantage. For example, if one were taking a free kick with David Beckham or Landon Donavan, they would be more likely to strike on target than, say, a defender.

With Pro Player Intelligence, the computer-controlled player will calculate several different factors — from the competency of teammates that are in close proximity to the strength of the player in the 18-yard box — to determine what is the best course of action.

The example in the diary explains how one player’s skill in a particular area, like striking or headers, will determine whether or not their teammate delivers a cross to them. It’s a fairly complex idea, all of which will be running under the hood of FC 24. but one that will help improve the realism of matches.

The other new behind-the-scenes feature that is introduced in FC 24 is the revamped impact engine. Explained in some detail before, this new engine allows for collisions between players to accurately account for elements like momentum and points of contact. While most gamers won’t even notice the impact engine at work, its implementation is a real benchmark for EA Sports, so much so that DICE sought fit to borrow it for Battlefield 3.

Something that hasn’t really been stressed so far with the impact engine is the contextual dribble turns, and how player and enemy AI react to those quick moves. EA FC 24 Coins In previous EA Sports FC titles, cutting a 45-degree turn to get past a player sometimes led to collisions based solely on the engine's capabilities rather than the point of contact.. In reality the player could have moved past the defender, but the animation set just didn’t allow it.

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