Although we will have to wait until next week before getting the full breakdown on the latest instalment in the FIFA series, EA have released some information about the upcoming football simulator. According to the publisher, FIFA 17 will use the Frostbite engine for the first time and will release worldwide on September 29. It will be available on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC, though only the next generation consoles and PC will get the version with the upgraded engine.
Frostbite is the engine that was developed by DICE for use in the Battlefield series and has since been adopted by the company for almost every single EA game, including the likes of Madden and Dragon Age: Origins. This means that the franchise will be ditching the Ignite engine that has been used for the past few years.
The new graphical capabilities this brings to FIFA 17 can be seen below in a brief teaser trailer, though fans will have to wait until the EA Play event in June 12 to see more of the game.
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