Download FIFA 12 PC Game 2011


Size to download: 4.31 GB. Version: Full Last Release

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Memory: 1 GB
Processor: Dual Core CPU 2.0 ghz

Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GTS / AMD Radeon HD 4650
OS: 7, 8, 10
Year: 2011
Developer: Ea Canada
Version: Full Last Release

FIFA 12 - nineteenth of football simulator. The main feature of FIFA 12 became the Player Impact Engine engine, allowing footballers to move more realistically and interact with each other. The gameplay began to offer a lot of collision animations, blows of strikes and T.D. The game presents 29 leagues from 26 countries. 5 new prefabs were added: Egypt, Colombia, Côte d'Ivoire, Peru and Chile.

Significantly recycled Precision Dribbling system, improving ball control and touch accuracy. In this regard, the players have a little longer time for decision making and more opportunities to make various actions. Tactical Defending fully changed the tactics of defense and improved the fight for the ball. The creators have significantly improved the artificial intelligence, making it more aggressive in the attack and carefully in defense.

Career Mode FIFA Soccer 12 has undergone significant changes. It includes 25 scenarios. From now on, communication with the press occurs only before key matches. Developers introduced a new system of damage and increased the variety of injuries. Transfers now contain realistic price tags for players. The main parameter to which the price is based - the potential. The attacker will always cost more than the defender or goalkeeper.

In the shutter added function "last day". On this day, prices can fluctuate, and some clubs in a hurry to buy promising players not at the market price. A player can hire three scouts by distributing each of the regions and setting the search parameters of the necessary athletes. As soon as a contract with a football player is signed, he goes to the Academy, where it is possible to follow its development.

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