Start your FIFA 17 experience with the new story mode correctly
FIFA 17 is an upcoming association football video game in the FIFA series, scheduled to be released on 27 September 2016 in North America and 29 September 2016 for the rest of the world, landing platform for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC. After a long year waiting, may somebody of you can not wait to play the new FIFA 17. You can start your FIFA 17 experience in this manners.
You must have great interest in the new story mode “Journey”. The Journey tells the story of young prodigy Alex Hunter and his bid to become a superstar. I could give more detail in the story, but it’s so good, I’d hate to be the guy who spoiled some of the dramatic events. Your performance dictates how far and how quickly your skills progress, and you've got the option of taking control of just Hunter or playing as the entire team.
Neither selection is perfect given the context of the narrative and your goal to reach the top. If you play only as Hunter then it can be frustrating to have to rely on AI-driven teammates who are, at best, only mildly consistent. On the other hand, playing as the whole team tends to force a predictable style of play as you try to slide Hunter the ball and ignore how open other players might be.
And you should spend Some Time Playing Skills Games. The FIFA series has always had great skills/mini games. FIFA 17 is no exception as the exercises aren’t just fun, they actually help you learn to play the game and how to execute in specific situations. And its advantage show at two aspects: Take it with a pinch of salt and The Journey's plot can be entertaining. Visuals are slick, precise, and improved on last season.
There's no question that FIFA 17 is highly entertaining and exciting, but there's a nagging sense that new features have been added without fixing the pre-existing issues of predictability. As brave an inclusion as The Journey is, the fundamentals of football itself are growing tired. The football mechanics are tired and limit player choice.Narrative dissonance between The Journey's story and your actions as a player. And continues to be more concerned with adding new features than fixing existing problems.