2014 FIFA World Cup game PS3
Seeing as World Cup Brazil's release is being limited to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, it's difficult not to take the 'cutting edge' claim without a pinch of salt. Getting first-hand experience of the game in action is a chance for me to be impressed by the new player animations (mainly concerned with fanciful passes and flicks) and the ability to use another player's back as a springboard to jump higher during headers, but I leave without definite assurance that the physics model here is superior to that used in next-gen editions of FIFA 14.
"We want returning FIFA players to really have a different experience from what they're used to."
Little doubt exists that World Cup Brazil represents the pinnacle of World Cup-specific games so far, however, and Prior is keen to promote exactly that as a key reason for FIFA 14 owners to invest in the series again so soon after the series' latest release.