New FIFA 17 Title Update Is Available For PC, Coming Soon To Consoles

By   /   Jan 17, 2017
FIFA 17 title update

Electronic Arts has released a new FIFA 17 title update (already available for PC, coming soon to consoles). It’s detailed below (courtesy of operationsports).

Addressed the following in FIFA Ultimate team:

  • Displaying correct kit on the player in the kit select screen.
  • Players will no longer be able to set custom player positions in Team Management during gameplay.
  • An issue in Squad Building Challenges where switching a higher rated player with a lower rated player resulted in the overall squad rating going up.
  • Removed Est. Date, Crest and Squad Name from the FUT Champions matchup screen.
  • Changed the latency bar graphic to give more detail on connection quality.

Addressed the following in Career Mode:

  • An issue where the current weekly wages from the budget tab do not properly reflect the actual weekly wages.

Visual / Presentation changes:

  • Improved camera selection for slow motion goal replays.
  • Addressed EATV buffering.
  • Addressed audio balance of French commentators.
  • Gameplay commentator language for The Journey now defaults to language selected in Game Settings.

Addressed the following in gameplay:

  • Adjusted the defensive line position for low pressure tactics.
  • Addressed an issue where a pass was made without a button press.

Also see: Russia Might Ban or Censor FIFA 17 For “Gay Propaganda”

Besides FIFA 17 title update, a Nintendo Switch version of FIFA has been announced few days ago. Fans were very happy about it, until a report from Eurogamer has showed up, claiming that the game will be based on the old-gen versions.

Luckly, EA’s Peter Moore has replied with a post on Twitter and, according to his words, Nintendo Switch’s version of FIFA will be a unique experience, custom built for the console.

FIFA 17 is a sports game available for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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