FIFA players can get their hands on FIFA 17
The first crop of FIFA 17 players have been invited to the FIFA 17 beta, which begins this month on the Xbox One and the Playstation 4. The beta will be the only time that players can get their hands on FIFA 17 before it comes out on September 27, next month. Sharing the news on their official website, the Red Devils said that the three-year deal will allow EA Sports to “gain access to United players for a unique FIFA tournament during the season,” along with FIFA 17 gaming pods being set up at the club’s stadium, Old Trafford, and at the Aon Training Complex.
EA Sports’ vice president of marketing, Jamie McKinlay, said that the publisher is “very excited to be joining Manchester United as a global partner.” The Chilean pressing pretty much nullified James for most of the night. He was never really that much of a threat. Anytime he or another Colombian player touched the ball Chile would close down with two or three men. James would be able to dribble himself out of some of those pickles but not many.
His dribbling on the night wasn’t spectacular when it came to taking on the Chile defense. They just weren’t giving him any space because they knew the dangers, if James gets free - it could end up in the back of the net. The FIFA 17 event being hosted by Electronic Arts has been named the EA Play. After extending his contract with Hertha Berlin, John Brooks dealt with nagging injuries at the end of the campaign. The capital club finished in seventh place, meaning the road to the Europa League will begin with qualifying in late July.
Tim Howard joins the squad after having played his final match as a member of Everton. Having ended his 10-year career at the club, he will join the Colorado Rapids following the Copa America Centenario. Kyle Beckerman has played in six competitions for the senior team. He and Guzan are the only two players on the roster to have participated in a previous Copa America, having played in the 2007 edition. In their press release, the company stated that they are excited to launch so many happening titles this year along with some surprising.
EA Play is going to be held in two different cities, one in London and another in Los Angeles where the Electronic FIFA 17 Entertainment Expo will be underway.Andrew Wilson, CEO of EA will be there at Los Angeles while Peter Moore will hold stage in UK. The collection is pretty huge as all the 18 teams which are part of the Japanese J1 League will be added to the FIFA 17 rooster.
It includes popular names like Nagoya Grampus, Jubilo Iwata and Sagan Tosu. Everything related to the teams including logos, team kits, squads and other accessories are imported to add authenticity to the title. The best way to enter the beta yourself would be to be both an avid FIFA player, and also a member of the EA Insider program, which gives you all sorts of goodies. If you’re also a player of Battlefield, you can also use the EA Insider program to get into the first beta for Battlefield 1 early before it releases in October.