This new version of the series features a Hit the Streets Mode that takes place on an environment that is not very conducive to soccer games. Some of which is the basketball gym and a Moroccan prison that is all covered with dirt with all the eerie presence. These environments enable you to pull some tricks to make each game more challenging. You can bounce the ball off through walls so to create a projectile-like motion of the ball as well as dribble the ball on the rough floor to change the balls’ direction.
As you go through the game, you will discover that this version has some new tricks up on its sleeve. You can now use power ups that enables you to do special shots, knock the other team down and so on. This years release is pretty much straightforward with regard to its gameplay you will definitely notice that this is far better than its predecessors. Now, you can also do two actions in just pressing one button. FIFA 11 merges the actions pass and cross in one button command. This will seem difficult at first because passing needs to suit every specific situation, however; with proper training, you will be able to execute these actions with the one button in no time.
The standard tournament modes like Streets to Stadiums and Battle for Glory can still be witnessed in this year’s release. The mechanics for the Streets to Stadiums enables you to create a pro player that will compete on a set of 5 vs. 5 games which are all required in order to complete a certain objective. Once you complete these objectives, you will be rewarded with a boost in experience that is essential to upgrade your skills. On the other hand, the Battle of Glory mode is pretty much the same as the standard Manager mode of its predecessors. It has new set of visual enhancements but still posses the same mechanics like its previous versions. As a whole, FIFA 11 brings about more fun and challenges.