A new video showing off “No Touch Dribbling” in FIFA 16 has been released, taking you behind the scenes into the making of the new feature.
The video, which was uploaded to YouTube by EA Sports, explains how developers had soccer player Lionel Messi wear a device to capture his movements when dribbling the ball. They saw that he used movements to fake out opponents, and decided to put those into the game, calling the new movement system “No Touch Dribbling.”
The whole thing sounds weird, but the video does a good job of explaining what No Touch Dribbling actually means. FIFA 16 is due to come out on September 22 of this year.
[Source: EA Sports (YouTube)]