At the annual E3 event last month, EA released the first gameplay trailer for FIFA 16. The footage, introduced at EAs key note conference, detailed the latest on-the-pitch enhancements that will be coming to the franchise.
Amongst the improvements introduced by David Rutter, Executive Producer for FIFA, was a new player control mechanism called No Touch Dribbling. In the newest footage, the concept is showcased in more detail with expert insight given by four-time Ballon dOr winner, Lionel Messi.
In addition to bringing the yearly round of gameplay upgrades, FIFA 16 sees the womens game included in the series for the first time ever as twelve female national teams make their debut.
FIFA 16 is due to kick off when the game is released worldwide on September 22nd for Xbox One and Xbox 360.