Posted: 8 January 2019 - 0 comment(s) [ Comment ] - 0 trackback(s) [ Trackback ]
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On a technical level, Fifa 19 has always had difficulties. Even after a year of original Steam early access release, the game continues to get issues on Windows with respect to performance optimization, latency, rubberbanding and recently, cheating. The Xbox One version was worse, with FIFA 19 Coins much more performance and graphical problems, particularly on the base model. Therefore, I did not have high hopes going into the cell version but somehow it's turned out pretty good.

In terms of visuals, Fifa coins seems fairly good for a cellular title. The original Windows game was never actually a looker but the cellular version retains the majority of the visual essence of the version. We just get the first Erangel map on cellular but it's fully accomplished, meaning each of the buildings, foliage, terrain, etc. from the first game is here, just worse looking.(Buy FIFA Mobile 19 Coins game Extra 10% Bonus - https://www.mmogo.com/Fifa-mobile/Coins.html)

The mobile version currently includes three tiers of visual quality, with FIFA Mobile Coins Buy a fourth much higher tier coming at some stage after. Even at the maximum quality, the match considerably cuts back to the light, texture detail, foliage, shadows, texture filtering, ambient occlusion, and anti-aliasing compared to the Windows version. The draw distances are also considerably shorter so items load into view when they're much nearer.

While landing from the plane, the floor detail loads just like a Google Earth map loading a slow online connection. However, none of this seems especially bad in actions.
 

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