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During today’s EA E3 press conference EA Sports showed off a new trailer for FIFA 15 and shared a few details on how this latest entry in the series will improve the franchise.

The latest entry will feature emotional intelligence that will see each player have memories of what has happened earlier in the game, and they will react to situations based on these memories.

Also, the Ignite Engine has been upgraded to allow for a living pitch. This means that grass will cut up when boots run across it, corner flags will move, and goal posts will rattle when hit.

FIFA 15 is set to launch September 23 in North America and September 26 in Europe.

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FIFA 15 E3 trailer released, new features detailed

By Matthew Bennett | 06/9/2014 02:57 PM PT

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During today’s EA E3 press conference EA Sports showed off a new trailer for FIFA 15 and shared a few details on how this latest entry in the series will improve the franchise.

The latest entry will feature emotional intelligence that will see each player have memories of what has happened earlier in the game, and they will react to situations based on these memories.

Also, the Ignite Engine has been upgraded to allow for a living pitch. This means that grass will cut up when boots run across it, corner flags will move, and goal posts will rattle when hit.

FIFA 15 is set to launch September 23 in North America and September 26 in Europe.

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89