Is this the real life, is this just fantasy?
EA Sports’ relentless march towards making the average game of FIFA indistinguishable from a soccer game playing on TV continues, and they inch ever closer to it with each year. So, too, does FIFA 17 look a step closer to achieving total realism. It makes sense, too- what with the game sing Frostbite 3, DICE’s engine that is now being used for practically all EA games, the game looks like it’s on top as far as its tech goes.
It also helps that, in addition to the new tech, FIFA 17 will also feature new and updated 3D headscans of well known and instantly recognizable soccer stars like Neuer, Robben, Lewandowski and Coman- making the game versions look that much closer to their real life counterparts.
FIFA 17 will launch on September 27 this year. It will be available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, with additional versions also being developed and released for PS3, Xbox 360, and Android and iOS devices.