FIFA 17 is on its way! Soccer fans and gamers now have an extra treat they can get their hands on. However, for the meantime, mark your calendars first for the important details.
FIFA 17 Release Dates
North America will get an earlier FIFA 17 release date on September 27. As for the rest of the globe, September 29 is the date to mark.
June 12 is another important day as FIFA 17 will finally be fully revealed to all at the EA Play Event. As for EA Access members, hang tight because you’re in luck.
TechRadar reports that EA Access members with an Xbox One or PC will get to play FIFA 17 first, although no official FIFA 17 release date has been marked yet for the event.
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FIFA 17 Features
As for those asking why they should get a copy of the FIFA 17 game, EA has incorporated FrostBite for a real-life feel of the game.
The Reveal Trailer shows how football video games have changed over the years. Now, with the powerful Frostbite engine, gamers will have a smoother but more realistic feel for the game. Tech Radar describes the newest installation of FIFA 17 as having “crisp, clear graphics.” Caution for players: the Frostbite engine will only work on newer game consoles so make sure your gaming device is compatible.
Fox Sports notes Lionel Messi is missing in the frontlines for FIFA 17. However, four new players get cover duty in the persons of Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez, Manchester United’s Anthony Martial, Chelsea’s Eden Hazard and Dortmund’s Marco Reus.
EA has already opened its pre-order portal for FIFA gamers in Australia.
Pre-order for the FIFA 17 comes in four different types: Standard, Deluxe, Super Deluxe and EA Access editions.
Retail price for the standard edition is $59.99 (AU$81.58).
Where to Buy: EA Sports
The FIFA 17 release date for the pre-orders is on September 29.