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EA Sports has debuted a teaser trailer for the upcoming next entry in its long-running series of soccer games, FIFA 17, on YouTube.

Packed with classic FIFA video game footage, the trailer focused around a new slogan, “Football has changed,” which is presumably a reference to franchise’s move to the Frostbite engine and not an indication that, say, players will be getting jetpacks this year.

Frostbite has been used in such games as Battlefield 4, Star Wars Battlefront, and Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, and it’ll also power a number of big upcoming games, including Mass Effect: Andromeda. Even from the render of new ambassador Eden Hazard (Chelsea FC), we feel like this will be the most realistic looking FIFA yet. The trailer promised a full reveal coming during EA’s not-technically-at-E3 event, EA Play, June 12th.

Along with Hazard, other ambassadors include Anthony Martial (Manchester United), Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund), and James Rodríguez (Real Madrid). One of the four players will be included as a special FUT Loan Item with every pre-order of the game.

FIFA 17 is expected to release Fall 2016.

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FIFA 17 teaser shows how powerful the new engine truly is

Some real mixed emotions for everyone who wanted to see Sepp Blatter rendered in the Frostbite engine.

By Matt Buchholtz | 06/6/2016 05:00 PM PT

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EA Sports has debuted a teaser trailer for the upcoming next entry in its long-running series of soccer games, FIFA 17, on YouTube.

Packed with classic FIFA video game footage, the trailer focused around a new slogan, “Football has changed,” which is presumably a reference to franchise’s move to the Frostbite engine and not an indication that, say, players will be getting jetpacks this year.

Frostbite has been used in such games as Battlefield 4, Star Wars Battlefront, and Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, and it’ll also power a number of big upcoming games, including Mass Effect: Andromeda. Even from the render of new ambassador Eden Hazard (Chelsea FC), we feel like this will be the most realistic looking FIFA yet. The trailer promised a full reveal coming during EA’s not-technically-at-E3 event, EA Play, June 12th.

Along with Hazard, other ambassadors include Anthony Martial (Manchester United), Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund), and James Rodríguez (Real Madrid). One of the four players will be included as a special FUT Loan Item with every pre-order of the game.

FIFA 17 is expected to release Fall 2016.

Read More

Source: YouTube



About Matt Buchholtz

view all posts

Matt learned how to play video games from his grandma, who bravely adventured with him through the “terrifying” halls of Shadowgate. He plays a lot of Dungeons & Dragons on a podcast with comedians. Find him on Twitter @mattisgrounded