FIFA 17 transfer budgets have leaked before launch
FIFA Series is the most popular sports game produced by EA. FIFA 17 is coming soon. Recently a lot FIFA 17 news has released. We all know this time FIFA 17 has added a new story mode “Journey” and used a new engine “frost” into FIFA 17. And this time FIFA 17 has a great development in improving to get great images and developing innovative gaming system to keep FIFA Series popular. Except for these new features, FIFA 17’ career mode will be more interesting.
If you are interest in doing business, you will be exciting that FIFA 17 has a new financial system. You’ll receive constant updates on match-day revenue and the income generated from transfers, loans, merchandise sales and more. What’s more, user-managers will be evaluated in these five categories:Domestic Success, Continental Success, Brand Exposure, Financial and Youth Development. It sounds as if everything will be objective based. You’ll be charged with growing the club’s brand in other regions of the world, promoting young players and chasing top players throughout the FIFA universe.
FIFA 17 Career mode managers will get anywhere between £26 and £106 million to work with in the transfer market. FIFA 17 fans have been given a look at how much money they'll be able to spend in the transfer market during Career mode. Career mode transfer budgets for all 20 Premier League teams have launched ahead of the official release of the game. With £26,352,166, virtual Burnley managers have the least amount of money to play with, while Manchester United has the biggest budget with £106,040,664. Perhaps surprisingly, Stoke are above the likes of Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and reigning champions Leicester City. Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal also have big budgets, followed by Stoke with a transfer kitty of £68,928.
FIFA 17 will be officially on sale on September 27, landing platform for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC. This will be the first FIFA game in the series to use the Frostbite game engine. The game will feature a new single-player story campaign mode titled The Journey for PS4, Xbox One and PC where players assume the role of Alex Hunter. And EA Sports announced at E3 2016 that they will have all 20 Premier League managers' likenesses in the game. The new features in FIFA 17 include new attacking techniques, physical player overhaul, active intelligence system and set piece rewrite.