EA has released a generous passel of screenshots for its upcoming FIFA Street relaunch. The new shots offer glimpses of the wide variety of stadium types on offer, both in sparse wide angles and frenetic mid-game close-ups. There's also several glimpses of the game's team editing/menu screens and world map, if you've forgotten where Dubai is.

FIFA Street is EA's relaunch of the street-football franchise, first seen in 2005 as part of the company's EA Big series. While the Street addendum has always meant a faster-paced, flashier game than the company's bread-and-butter yearly franchises, this reboot will run on the same engine as FIFA 12, meaning you can expect a little more simulation mixed in with your arcade-style play. The game's scheduled for release early next year, with EA Sports Season Ticketholders eligible for a turn before the rest of you get your hands on it.

Oct 24, 2011


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  • allan-sanchez - October 24, 2011 8:20 p.m.

    i agree with you rye nothing better then the classics . i wish they would put all teams i know its alot of information but whatever it will be well worth it can you imagine playing with teams from when we were kids literally amazing fifa inspired me to go become a game designer so im going to school for it man someone has got to create the ideas we have always wanted as kids right ?
  • Rye19 - October 24, 2011 7:12 p.m.

    If they incorporated FIFA Street or a 5 a-side mode using the normal FIFA gameplay (as opposed to the game mechanics of FIFA Street) into the yearly FIFA game then I think it would go down as the greatest sports game ever. I miss the fun parts of football games like on the old pre-2000 FIFA's where you could play in indoor stadiums and I also used to enjoy the training and challenges on the old PES games, as well as the silly costumes on PES 5 for PS2.
  • VanRifle - October 24, 2011 4:26 p.m.

    Considering they placed Dubai in somalia, some people really need world maps...

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