New Features Showed in FIFA 17 New Trailer Appearing in Game

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The fourth and final gameplay video has realeased shows the new improvement in the game task as EA said to deliver to a “major leap forward” in this series.

In addition, EA Sports have already transferred the Frostbite engine which has powered other games, inserting FIFA 17 a sense of authenticity.

In terms of tangible gameplay enhancements, EA have also added a set-piece rewrite, new methods of attacking and most recently a series of changes to improve movement off the ball. The game also improved Physical Play mechanics.

“A transformation in the way players physically interact in all areas of the pitch. Control is now in your hands as you battle for space and possession.” a statement from EA Sports has revealed.

You can have a read of the new features explained in detail from FIFA 17’s Senior Producer Nick Channon.

There are three aspects:



Pushback Tech makes innovation in trapping, dribbling, physics, and defending to create mostly real battles for position and the ball. It’s significant when you want to control the ball or save time for the teammates in order to get a better supporting position.

Channon explains,”At the center of our overhaul is push back tech. This is a US patent pending technology we’ve built to heighten the realism of player physics. You now have the ability to trigger the physical play button, in any situation meaning you decide when to battle for the ball and space or when to shield in any direction.”



Player interactions come to life in realistic detail across the entire pitch, like goalkeeper collisions, across-body tackles, 50/50 battles, jostling while ball is in the air and ball control while shielding.



New proximity-based shielding will help you defend opponents and keep possession. Defenders can be shielded out as you dribble in any direction.

As mentioned before, FIFA 17 is released worldwide on September 29 and will be coming to Origin for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

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