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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:34pm 07/06/16 | 2 Comments
So yeah, FIFA 17 getting announced isn't exactly news. And we could just as well use this post to announce FIFA 18, FIFA 19, and FIFA 3258: Infinite Football. But, as opposed to another yearly update with a few minor changes FIFA 17 will see a pretty major one, in the form of an engine change to Frostbite. That being EA DICE's framework that powers Battlefield, Need For Speed, Dragon Age Inquisition, and Mass Effect Andromeda. And now, FIFA 17.

"Frostbite unlocks a whole new world of possibilities for the FIFA franchise and its fans,” said David Rutter, VP and Executive Producer. “We have never been as excited as we are today about the future of football and the experiences we are going to deliver in FIFA 17."

So how does it look? Well, the following trailer is more teaser than actual look at the game in action. So we'll have to wait until E3 and the EA Play event this weekend for that.

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Posted 07:40pm 07/6/16
I just wish they brought back NHL and NFL back to the PC.
Posted 09:28pm 13/6/16
I'll be very interested to see if the bug-laden s***fest that is Frostbite can produce even a relatively simple game of FIFA.
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