Barcelona star striker Luis Suarez is also banned in Fifa 15 till October 26th, the former Liverpool striker is serving a four month ban after biting Italian defender Chiellini. Suarez will make his debut for Barcelona against rivals Real Madrid. Suarez featured for Barcelona in a friendly against Indonesia U19 and scored two goals.

Earlier, FIFA announced that Luis Suarez has been banned for nine international games and from all football for four months. Fifa also issued stadium ban against Luis Suarez, but the CAS lifted the stadium ban on Suarez and also allowed him to train. Suarez and Chiellini clashed in the 79th minute of the game, television replays showed Suarez has headbutted the Italy defender before going down Chiellini then accused him of biting his shoulder. The referee didn’t see anything, Chiellini kept showing him bite marks but the referee refused to take any actions.

EA Sports has elected to build the PC version of FIFA 15 on the Ignite engine and is the first PC game to use the technology.The PC version will include all the same core features coming to the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game. In the last FIFA 14 title, Ignite brought several major improvements to the gameplay featured on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. Gameplay feels incredibly smooth both in terms of player animation, and the natural progression of a match. Going from all-out defence to a blistering counter-attack has never seemed so realistic. The floodlights that dot the stadium illuminate it in an eerily realistic way, while the crowds are now made up of fully 3D models which react accordingly to goals and other match highlights. These visual upgrades fuse together to give the title an attribute that it’s never quite grasped before – atmosphere. At times, it can feel like you’re watching a match live on the television, with the roars of supporters echoing around the perfectly lit arena.