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‘FIFA 17’ Powered By Battlefield’s Frostbite Engine

Electronic Arts has revealed that FIFA 17 is powered by the Frostbite Engine on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. This is the same engine that EA’s Battlefield games use. The reveal came from a new trailer for the game, which showcases the graphical changes the FIFA series has undergone since its launch in the 90s.

EA has also announced four new football ambassadors for FIFA 17, James Rodriguez (Real Madrid C.F.), Anthony Martial (Manchester United), Eden Hazard (Chelsea FC) and Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund). The ambassadors will appear in the FIFA 17 pre-order offer as loan players in FIFA 17 Ultimate Team.

The full debut of FIFA 17 will take place during the EA Play livestream on June 12 at 1 p.m. PT.

FIFA 17 will be available in North America on September 27 and worldwide on September 29 on PC (Origin), Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.


Nathan Manning is an Xbox Editor for AnalogAddiction. You can talk sports with him on Twitter @Nathan_M96 and follow @AnalogAddiction.

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4 replies »

  1. Thanks and apologies from my end too. I think the link is now properly appearing. Maybe my browser blocked it. Great site by the way. Keep up the good work.

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  2. I think its ok to honor people like us who post genuine comments. Removing links, that too relevant links from the comments section is not fare, truly not fare admin. I just lost some faith.

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    • I’m terribly sorry, we did not remove the link. WordPress must have automatically removed the link, I shall investigate further. What was it that you were linking to?

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  3. Frostbite Engine did change the game a bit. I looked into the fifa 17 game play videos on youtube, played at E3, and the details on players faces look more realistic. Yes, it did bring some change but I really want to look at the real game, the full game to feel it. Yes, I’ve got an Xbox one so, I’m sure I will get the best graphics in the game.

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