EA Sports continues to add new teams and players in FIFA 17
FIFA 17 Soccer, FIFA 17 is a debate that's been around almost as long as I've been playing soccer (or football, to me and the rest of the world) games. Since their introductions in 1993 and 1996, respectively, EA and Konami's series have been trying to outdo each other, adding various new features, tweaking their gameplay styles and snapping up licenses to appeal to fans. This year is no different, and the question is once again a hard one to answer. FIFA 17 has adopted Battlefield’s Frostbite engine, enabling it to offer volumetric lighting (night games at Old Trafford are insanely true-to-life), while PES’s facial likenesses is edging towards uncanny-valley territory.
Extra physicality and more realistic movement into space are FIFA’s focus this year. That means FIFA 17 players make support runs laterally and even across one another, and can hold off opponents when the ball is in the air – controlling Diego Costa, I was repeatedly able to keep Chris Smalling at arm’s length to bring down Branislav Ivanovic clearances, whereas last year that scenario would always result in an aerial challenge. Immersed in The FIFA 17 Journey, fans will live their story on and off the pitch as Premier League prospect.
Alex Hunter who is looking to make his mark. Fans will visit new football worlds, meet new characters full of depth, and navigate emotional highs and lows of their unique story arc through decisions off the pitch, their performance on it, and character interactions throughout the 2016/17 season while playing for any of the 20 Premier League clubs. What's new in FIFA 17? Take Control of the Ice: Own Every Zone in FIFA 17 with more end-to-end gameplay control than ever before. Authentic goalies look and play the part with true-to-life stances, striking emotion and new reaction physics.
Net Battles change the game for offensive and defensive zone play, and dozens of thrilling new goal celebrations capture the excitement of scoring the biggest goals on game night. The first new team confirmed for FIFA 17 is Norway’s national women’s team. This was revealed by Norway’s Andrine Stolsmo Hegerberg who posted a picture of herself getting scanned via Instagram. Alex Teixeira moved to Jiangsu Sunning for a stunning fee of fifty million dollars. Jiangsu is a Chinese club that plays domestic football in the CSL or the Chinese Super League. With this move, the players/gamers from china have demanded that CSL be added to the next FIFA game because if EA Sports does not make this change, he will not be in the next FIFA 17 Leagues and FUT 17.
EA Sports continues to add new teams and players to its annual FIFA franchise. FIFA 17 will now include the Japan J1 League for the very first time in the series. EA Sports made the big announcement on the official website. The “MEIJI YASUDA J1 League and J.League Cup tournament will feature in FIFA 17. There are three flagship features for FIFA 17: a new story mode, a revamped set piece system and a switch to DICE's Frostbite game engine. First built for Battlefield, Frostbite now powers a vast number of EA titles, including Star Wars Battlefront, Mirror's Edge Catalyst and the upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda.