Official Nintendo Magazine will reveal the Wii U version of Fifa 13 in the magazine's September issue, with first details on how it will use the Wii U GamePad.
Players will be able to easily switch defenders during the game by simply tapping on the desired player using the controller's touchscreen. Tapping on an attacking player can then either man mark him or perform a tackle.
The touchscreen can also be used for passing the ball, enabling longer passes and more control.
When shooting, shaking the controller or pressing the left analogue stick will bring up the goal on the touchscreen. Players will be able to precisely aim their shots by tapping on where to shoot the ball.
The GamePad screen will also be used for penalty shots, with players moving the controller as their view for aiming, then applying spin to the shot using the touchscreen.
The Wii U version will also feature an enhanced manager hub, enabling users to tap on any player to view their statistical analysis. Team tactics can also be adjusted using the touchscreen, as well as an unclear feature for providing team talks at half-time to motivate specific players.
It is currently unknown whether the team talk feature will actually use the Wii U GamePad microphone, or if it will be performed with taps and gestures on the touchscreen.
FIFA 13 will first be available on Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Wii, 3DS, Vita, PS2, iPhone and iPad from September 28. The Wii U version does not have a release date yet.
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