FIFA is usually released on every platform known to man, so it is no surprise that the game will see a release on the Playstation Vita. So, with that established, will the game use the Vita touch functionality? Well, in this developer walkthrough video, it seems that it will and it does look good. The front touch screen will be used for passing and selecting players while the rear touch pad will help with precision shooting.
Known as FIFA Football (as oppose to FIFA 12), EA Sport’s latest football title will bring over 500 licensed clubs, roughly the same amount as the console counterpart. It also emulates most of the features as its console counterpart, like Career Mode. Also expect console like presentations and commentary. FIFA Football is expected to be released in February 2012, most likely a launch title for the handheld.