EA reveals EA Sports Ignite engine for next-gen games

At Microsoft's Xbox One presser, EA Sports took the stage with their new graphics engine EA Sports Ignite. The new engine promises to bring games like FIFA 14 and Fight Night next-generation visuals that will rival real life sports experiences. The developers boast improved animation using the processing power of the Xbox One to process more than 10 times more animations, have four times more motion calculations per second, feature 3d crowds, and dynamic sidelines.

EA also announced that the Xbox One will be getting exclusive content for FIFA 2014's Ultimate Team. For more information on the Xbox One announcement be sure to check out our coverage in our Xbox One info blowout.


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  • avantguardian - May 21, 2013 3:49 p.m.

    as both a huge nerd, and sports fan (it's possible, i promise), this is news i have been waiting for for a while. now if microsoft could make a decent baseball game... unfortunately, though, the hand-holding with ea almost guarantees no first party competition. not that they've ever really cared about that...
  • Sinnott - May 21, 2013 11:40 a.m.

    That's an odd name to call EA's financial Dildo to f*ck us with
  • Talvari - May 21, 2013 11:11 a.m.

    Gotta give them sports game fans what they want. Since most of the hall was filled with them apparently :|
  • Letter11 - May 21, 2013 11:35 a.m.

    Yay! I'm not the only nerd who doesn't care about sports!

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