No, we're not sick of Europe's premier tournament, we just can't wait to get our hands on the latest FIFA release. They've worked hard on making the physical play more physical you know what we mean , giving you more control both on and off the ball. Your attacking play will be better too, with improved AI meaning the players make better runs. On Monday afternoon, EA sneakily dropped another look at the game, with a first look at what it's actually going to play like. The first FIFA 17 gameplay trailer promises huge changes. Kevin Beirne. Euro has only just begun, but we're already dying for next season to roll around. Macclesfield Town stadium for sale for less than a London house. Philippe Coutinho introduces the Premier League to a new way of defending free-kicks. Has Ghana's new kit overtaken Nigeria as this year's must-have shirt?
EA Sports have released the official gameplay trailer for FIFA 17 with the latest installment of the wildly popular soccer simulation due to hit shelves on September 27th in North America and September 29th around the rest of the world. A true to life Jose Mourinho can be seen gesticulating wildly over perceived conspiracies against his side. Arsene Wenger stands adamantly on the touchline refusing to sign a striker or defensive cover. Antoine Griezmann knows that when that hotline bling, that can only mean one thing. Paul Pogba spastically dabs like a basset hound frantically tracing a hare inside his own elbow pit. Mesut Ozil flashes hand signals for some kind of thumb-sucking toddler gang. Lionel Messi is blonde, Zlatan is going to Zlat, Cristiano Ronaldo is going to get in the box and do some goals and Jamie Vardy is going to berate referees. Skip to main content. Search form invisible. Photo: SoccerBible Twitter.
Gamers will be able to play at any club in the Premier league under the gaze of authentic managers and alongside some of the best players on the planet. Make critical decisions throughout the game that will change what happens next and how other characters react to you. There's also been plenty of gameplay advances, including everything from new run types, more skill moves, new tackles and also 3x the amount of animations previously available in FIFA 16 - to name but a few of the new features. Right now, throw-ins are predictable and imprecise. Play slideshow. The choice is yours. Penalties now allow you to run at the ball from different angles and adjust the speed at which you run in. Earn trait points in The Journey which can be spend on Alex Hunter to fit your style of play. The Journey will have post match questions - using a conversation wheel inspired by Mass Effect and Bioware. A brand new system introduces constant spatial analysis, increases activity off the ball, and changes the way players move, read, and react.
They even got Marco Reus to play a match of the new game in front of a live audience. EA has already promised that this edition of FIFA is going to be its best yet and if the trailer is anything to go by, they are sticking to their word. The new Frostbite engine is expected to have a huge impact on the quality of the game and it shows in the trailer too.
The game is set to feature true-to-life-action, an improved career mode and brand new attacking features. The very first thing that strikes you once the video starts is the graphics. Players look more life-like than before — special attention has been given to their celebrations. Throughout the clip, there are shots of players and their signature celebrations. Paul Pogba may not have appeared for Manchester United yet but he is already in a no. Mesut Ozil is in it too with his own celebratory dance. Zlatan Ibrahimovic can be seen with his game face on in a team huddle and scores a goal with a bicycle kick.
The trailer features managers who look good enough to be real. Mourinho can be seen throwing his hands up in the air in frustration and Arsene Wenger in his signature winter coat looking like he always does — angry and hopeless. New User posted their first comment. Log in. Football News. Modified 20 Sep , IST. Former cover star Lionel Messi is recognisable for his blonde hair. Edit Favorites. Contact Us. GDPR Compliance.