There are a few things in life that can be taken as a virtual certainty. The sun will rise and set, console wars will almost always be a thing, and every year EA Sports will see another game added to the FIFA series' expansive catalogue. The year 2016 is no different with EA releasing this year's iteration, FIFA 17. Of course every time a new FIFA game rolls around the promotional fluff material is filled with promises of gameplay improvements, graphical polishing and an all around better football sim experience. And every year it's the same pattern for most of us ... Read More »
Yesterday saw the release of a new gameplay video from EA Sports, advertising some of the new features we can expect in this years game, FIFA 17. The video focused primarily on set pieces. The key points are this: Overall changes to the set piece system: You can now position your player as you want and dictate their approach on dead balls allowing for a wider variety of free kick and penalty taking options. Free Kicks: Stepping back and controlling your run up means that you'll open up more opportunities to perform creative new free kicks from various angles. Penalties: You can also adjust your position when taking ... Read More »
In an official press release EA Sports has confirmed that the latest instalment in their besting selling football franchise, FIFA 17, will feature an entirely new league. The Japanese J1 League is one of the biggest leagues in Asia and also one of the FIFA communities most requested leagues. EA Sports have listened to the fans wishes and included the J1 League and J.League Cup competition for FIFA 17. The league will feature all 18 teams from the Japanese top flight, those being: Vegalta Sendai Kashima Antlers Urawa Reds Omiya Ardija Kashiwa Reysol FC Tokyo Kawasaki Frontale Yokohama F. Marinos ... Read More »
If you've played FIFA over the years you may be a huge fan in the endless packs, Ultimate Team or Pro Player leveling that it has evolved into. While some may welcome the additions over the more recent of years, some may say that the annual changes have been minimal, with only a slightly more aesthetically-pleasing design to the gameplay. Part of that limitation on year could arguably be due to the current engine, Ignite, which was solely created by EA for their sports games including NBA and Madden. For FIFA 17 though, it's being built on the EA DICE ... Read More »
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