FIFA 17 has confirmed its launch date. FIFA 17 will be officially on sale on September 27, landing platform for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC. And FIFA 17 beta has also been available to download. That all means FIFA 17 is coming soon! For FIFA Series fans, that would be exhilarating! September is football season. If you love football, you will love FIFA 17. Before its launch, EA Sports has released a lot of FIFA 17 news and introduction videos incessantly. We all know FIFA Series are produced by EA Sports. EA Sports are dept in developing sports game and FIFA Series always keeps high standard. In FIFA 17, there are a lot new features added, such as a story mode “Journey”, a new frostbite engine and some active changes. For the smooth operation, EA used frostbite engine this time which has been used in many big games. And the scene of game has been more delicate.
With FIFA 17 nearly release, real Madrid’s FIFA 17 Player Ratings have leaked. Real Madrid’s FIFA 17 player ratings, along with 12 other clubs (Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham, Leicester, Barcelona, Atlético Madrid, Lyon, Marseille, Juventus) have finally been released, with PSG being the surprising omission. In terms of individual players, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo predictably lead the way with ratings of 94 and 93 respectively, but Suarez, Neymar, and Ibrahimovic don’t trail far behind, with ratings of 90, 90, and 91 respectively.
An argument can be made that Carvajal and Casemiro deserve to be rated much higher, but FIFA rarely ever holds defenders in high regards in terms of ratings, and they were never going to skyrocket the Brazilian’s ratings after half a season of great play. Isco not being in either category should probably have made him higher, but FIFA was bound to snub him since he isn’t a regular starter for Los Blancos.
In terms of Real Madrid themselves, fans might feel a bit miffed to see Bale so low after a brilliant La Liga campaign and a ‘Player of the Tournament’ worthy performance at the EUROs (an 89 might’ve been more appropriate). Benzema and Keylor Navas can also feel snubbed (though they likely doesn’t care), as the Frenchman's rating of 86 doesn’t truly reflect his elite standing as one of the top 3 strikers in world football, let alone his statistical brilliance in the goal scoring department in 2015/16, and Keylor Navas' rating of 83 is simply inaccurate. Aside from these two, the rest of the ratings seem quite fair.
The date is nearly but if you can not wait to have a play, you can try FIFA 17 Beta. FIFA 17 beta means that EA almost have everything nailed down, and will be looking for the final few improvements and stress-testing that will be vital when the game’s multiplayer starts up. The FIFA 17 closed beta is now available for a select few FIFA fans to download. The beta has been launched, and will be available for any fans in the United Kingdom and North America that have received an email and a beta code. The beta is exclusively for Xbox One and Playstation 4. Although the FIFA 17 closed beta will only have a small amount of the game’s real content, it’s interesting enough.