FIFA 18 is just months away, but you won’t need to wait until September 29 to get your hands on the game. If you can’t get your hands on the FIFA 18 Closed Beta, you’ll have to wait for FIFA 18 demo, which drops a few weeks later. FIFA 16 Demo dropped on September 8th, and the game arrived on September 22nd. FIFA 17 Demo dropped on September 13th, with the full game arrived on September 27th.
EA Sports has confirmed that FIFA 17 FUTTIES will be released on Friday, July 7th, 2017. “FUTTIES next Friday! End of Era Premium Player SBCs FUTTIES voting SBCs Marquee Transfer SBCs And more Details next week”
One of the biggest changes in FIFA 17 is the enhanced way of taking free kicks. Scoring on a free kick is a little different than what before. Now players can move their free-kick taker around the ball and create all sorts of results, just as in real life. It means that a player hits the ball with different parts of his foot and creates different spin. All players have the same dream: goals.
Since the launch of FIFA 17, millions of players have competed online and at live events around the world, but only 192 players are moving on to the first stop of the Championship Series –the biggest FIFA tournament of all time - The Regional Final.
FIFA is a legendary football series that began back in 1993, since then EA has delivered successive instalments of the game annually for its fans. FIFA 17 is an excellent football game, there’s no denying that, but there’s always room for improvement. More than 10 million people had played FIFA 17, which shows the Journey was popular enough for EA to stick with it for this year's game.