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EA has detailed the gameplay updates we can expect to find in FIFA 13 during their E3 press conference.

The headline change is a new complete dribbling system, inspired by the technical prowess of this year’s cover athlete, Argentina’s Lionel Messi. You’ll now have far more control over the ball, opening up far more offensive and defensive strategies. In addition, EA has expanded and improved last year’s physical play system to make it even more realistic than before.

EA also announced their plans for the FIFA Football Club integrated social network, introduced last year. Importantly, FIFA 12 players will carry their level into FIFA 13, and they’ll also get a special bonus in the FC Catalog. To make Football Club even more accessible, EA will be releasing an app for iOS and Android that enables you to manage your profile and interact with friends on the go.

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E3 2012: FIFA 13, Football Club Features Detailed

By Josh Harmon | 06/4/2012 03:57 PM PT

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EA has detailed the gameplay updates we can expect to find in FIFA 13 during their E3 press conference.

The headline change is a new complete dribbling system, inspired by the technical prowess of this year’s cover athlete, Argentina’s Lionel Messi. You’ll now have far more control over the ball, opening up far more offensive and defensive strategies. In addition, EA has expanded and improved last year’s physical play system to make it even more realistic than before.

EA also announced their plans for the FIFA Football Club integrated social network, introduced last year. Importantly, FIFA 12 players will carry their level into FIFA 13, and they’ll also get a special bonus in the FC Catalog. To make Football Club even more accessible, EA will be releasing an app for iOS and Android that enables you to manage your profile and interact with friends on the go.

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About Josh Harmon

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Josh picked up a controller when he was 3 years old—and he hasn’t looked back since. This has made him particularly vulnerable to attacks from behind. He joined EGM as an intern following a brief-but-storied career on a number of small gaming blogs across the Internet. Find him on Twitter @jorshy