This week we’re looking at the PC and Xbox One versions of FIFA, as well as the PC edition of the FIFA 17 game.
In this first look, we’ve got a look at some of the changes made to the PC game to make it more accessible to new players, and to make the game a bit more attractive.
The PC version includes the following: A new default settings for FIFA 16 on the PC.
A new default settings option that can be found under the Advanced Options menu, allowing players to change the game’s default settings to match their personal preferences.
More information on how to use the settings on the game page, and how to configure it on the settings page of the game itself, is included in the article below.
New options for FIFA 15 on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Players can now set their own FIFA 15 settings to suit their own preferences.
The default settings can be changed to suit your play style, but the options that the default settings allows players to use will be different to the game they’re playing on.
“For example, you can choose to play with a friend’s settings,” explained Michael Moore in a recent interview with Eurogamer.
“That’s fine, and that’s perfectly acceptable.”
The Xbox One version also includes the option to disable the in-game chat feature, which has long been a major annoyance for FIFA fans.
The feature has been available on the PS4 version of the PS5 version of EA’s soccer game, FIFA 17, for quite some time now, but was only available in the Xbox version.
The PC version also features a number of graphical improvements, including a new look for the player’s team, as the game looks a lot more “realistic” and “lighter” on the consoles, with a more “mature” look and feel.
Here’s a quick look at how players on both consoles can change the settings that they use to play the game on their respective consoles, and on the different types of settings available: On Xbox One, the new default setting that players can change is the default game settings.
On the PC, the option is the “Default Settings” option that’s available in Advanced Options on the main menu.
You can change it to whatever you like, but it will appear on your console in a darker hue.
For example: “Change the Default Settings to High” on Xbox One is “High,” which means the game will default to the High setting for all of your settings.
“Change the default Settings to Low” is “Low,” which is the same as “Low” in FIFA 15, except it will default back to High.
(Image via Microsoft) “It’s pretty hard to tell, but I think the console version will have a more mature look and more mature feeling,” Moore said.
While the default setting for the game, High, is more “masculine” and more “adult” than the PC option, that doesn’t mean it’s going to look better on a console.
If you want to change your settings to the same settings as the console, you’ll need to go back to the Advanced options menu on the title screen.
At the time of writing, you’re able to select a new default game setting to use, but not in any way that you can change a setting that’s already in your game, and there’s no way to change settings for the Xbox or PS4 versions of the title.
This is where it gets a little complicated, however, and you’re not allowed to change that setting in-progress.
So, you might be able to tweak the default of the console versions, but you can’t change it.
As you can see in the screenshot above, you are not able to change a settings option to “High” until you go back into the Advanced settings menu, which requires you to go into the game options and turn off the option in-Progress.
We were able to track down the exact same setting that is in the game as “High”, but we couldn’t find any in-built way to access it.
So, you need to turn it on, and it’s there, but there’s nothing that you’ll be able change until you get into the in game options menu, and then you’ll have to go to the “Advanced Options” menu, where you can turn it back on.
You’ll have no choice but to make sure you have that option on in-line to change anything, or you won’t be able turn it off.
There’s also no way for the console players to turn off that option in the console game, as that option was removed with FIFA 17 on consoles last year.
It seems that players will be able tap on the menu in the main game menu to turn on the option, which they’ll