Soccer as a virtual game has evolved through the years and the on-screen football game is now one of the most sought after in the gaming industry. With the popularity of the Xbox series and the Playstation-5 on the horizon, the sumptuous and the panache the console brought to virtual soccer is beyond imagination.
More so, the beauty of the soccer game and how much the game has advanced will better be realized when each edition is dignified in the consoles’ differences. The importance of this hardware on how it beautifies the soccer game could be better known in the specification to the reality of soccer.
EA Sports’ deal with the Arsenal Football Club will enable the north London club to compete at highest level with player investment as the Emirate Stadium Club is tipped to win the FA Cup once again behind Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea and MAN United at 11.00 odds despite being the defending champion of the tournament. This does not necessary mean that Arsenal can easily be discounted as one of the top contenders for the current campaign in all competition despite been so lukewarm in their outings.
Irrespective of the game specification, the bone of all advancement and specialty in all game consoles is the memory or RAM. RAM is an important part of any computer. In fact, after the processor and graphics card, it plays the biggest role in dictating a system’s performance. Similarly, in the consoles, the RAM along with the CPU and GPU are the primary factors determining the final game performance.
However, while RAM is an integral part of your computer and it does have an impact on your system’s performance, there is a lot of confusion on how it affects framerates in gaming.
Moreover, the importance of RAM in the realm of soccer gaming is not just about game performance. Most benchmarks about RAM show that the performance difference between base speeds of RAM performs very similar or slightly lower than the highest RAM frequencies in the gaming applications. But with the latest generations of consoles that are designed around Ryzen-based systems are able to deliver higher framerates in many games and synthetic benchmarks with their higher memory and CPU function which in turn increase the soccer game sensibility and technically.
With the latest consoles featuring up to eight Ryzen Zen 2 cores with a variable frequency up to 3.5GHz and an RDNA 2 GPU offering up to 10.28 TFLOPs of FP32 performance, the graphics, performance, and physics will be as close to reality as one can imagine.
With the improvement of the gaming technology, the next-gen soccer gameplay is expected to impress everyone as the animations and player movement have given the players more agility and control over the ball than ever before in the previous ones.
With EA Sports’ FIFA-21 making headlines and Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer taking the endorsement, the soccer game is virtuoso of the gaming success benchmark but it wouldn’t have been so possible without the constant improvement with every next generation of consoles.