Loads of Fifa 2007 Screens!

Today, EA have released an absolute torrent of FIFA 2007 screens. The new shots show that the Hyper Realistic Grass TM from FIFA 06 RTWC has made it's triumphant return to the 360. As always, the latest FIFA incarnation looks better than ever, but we'll have to wait until October to sample the gameplay for ourselves, when the demo is released on the Marketplace.

Click the link above to view the screens.

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headblackman6271d ago

i dont play sports games but this game truely looks amazing but is that in-gameplay (realtime graphics) or is that just cg?

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Yo Wassap6271d ago

Looks great but will it play great, that's my only gripe with fifa


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