Gameplay from FIFA 21 appears to have leaked

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Gameplay from FIFA 21 appears to have leaked onto Twitter, teasing some new features and an updated UI. A 'FIFA 21 Beta' Twitter account surfaced yesterday, posting a variety of clips and screenshots from the game to the platform. A 'FIFA EA Play' watermark appears to move around the screen during the footage, suggesting these clips may have leaked from a preview event linked to EA's most recent showcase.

The Twitter account in question posted a series of short tweets showing off gameplay and various gameplay features, including some cosmetic changes. The demo match was between Liverpool and Manchester City, and you can find some faces pictured up close. That said, we wouldn't be expecting any giant visual leaps from FIFA 21, as they're more about incremental updates.

'Leaks' and screenshots of a game that isn't due to be released for a while yet should be taken with a pinch of salt, as things could change very quickly before FIFA 21's official release date. But, these leaks could give us some clues about what we can expect to see in FIFA 21 at this early stage. If you are in lack of FIFA 21 Coins, visit our site, a reliable and cheap online in-game currency store.

It also appears that there have been changes made to the advantage system, and the account shows a series of what appear to be updated player faces for Liverpool, Manchester City and Real Madrid players. Other tweets show gameplay, which looks expectedly similar to last year's edition, and lists of celebrations.

The leaks appear to stem from a "FIFA Producer Tour" build of the game, and the title screen notes that this is a pre-release build of the game, rather than a leaked demo. It's unclear from the footage whether this is a current-gen or next-gen version of the game, although it looks strikingly similar to FIFA 20.

If you head on over to FIFA21Betaa's Twitter feed, you can find some new celebrations coming to FIFA 21 as well, with the channel owner highlighting "Shhhhh!", and you know which one that is. Coincidentally, Arshavin sported that one the best, so we guess it's okay EA Sports let them off the hook a bit.