In a recent interview, EA's chief operating officer Peter Moore claimed that, in fact, fans want to "FIFA" game "stocking" and explain the reasons behind this point of view. Moore that "players always want sports games and the new season can combine." Take a look at the specific content of it.
EA Sports want players to play the "FIFA" game can have that "in the green field" in general a powerful sense of substitution. Moore said that each game will be more or less affected by events from the real world, such as the recent out of the national team Messi things will be in the "FIFA 17" has been emphasized. In addition, "FIFA 17" will also make "FIFA" brand a big step forward.
"FIFA 17 is different from its predecessor in that it is more 'live'," Moore explains. "If you played FIFA six or seven years ago, you will find that our update "FIFA 17" has now, football will be a lot of events in the game presented to the players.
"We have a very large FIFA 17 development team in Vancouver, and it's their job to stay focused on what's worth playing in the real world of football," Moore said in a statement on the FIFA 17 innovation. Every day, every week, every season in all the things they have to see.For example, Messi announced the withdrawal of the Argentine national team this thing, the game must have something to do with the game, reflect."
In addition, Moore also "FIFA" series increasingly concerned about the reasons for the real world made clear. "We want players to feel that the game is fresh, there is vitality, and the only way to achieve this is the combination with the real world." It is reported, EA also plans to "FIFA 17" on sale in Europe Organized a series of related activities.
"The competition in FIFA 17 will be more intense," added Peter Moore. "We will provide follow-up support for the FIFA series until the day it reaches the World Cup."
"FIFA 17" is expected to be officially on September 29 this year, landing PS4, Xbox One and PC and other major gaming platforms, interested players please pay attention to the follow-up reports.