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FIFA 17 uses the Frostbite engine from DICE, new trailer released

The same engine that powers Battlefield 1, will power FIFA 17, which is due on September 29
By: Anthony Garreffa | Gaming News | Posted: Jun 9, 2016 1:45 am

FIFA 17 has been announced with the new game powered by the beautiful Frostbite engine, the engine created by EA DICE that has powered Battlefield 4, Star Wars Battlefront, Battlefield Hardline (let's forget about that), Need for Speed, and others.

 

 

EA has also detailed some of the different editions of FIFA 17, with a Standard Edition, Deluxe Edition and even a Super Deluxe Edition. FIFA 17 launches on September 29 on the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4 and PC - but first, here are the details on the three different versions of FIFA 17:

 

Standard Edition

  • Full game
  • Up to 5 FUT Draft Tokens (1 per week over 5 weeks - worth up to £10+)
  • 8-match FUT loan item of Hazard, Martial, Reus, or Rodriguez
  • Custom FUT kits created by designers or FIFA soundtrack artists

 

Deluxe Edition

  • Full game
  • Up to 20 FIFA Ultimate Team Jumbo Premium Gold Packs (1 per week over 20 weeks - worth up to £40+)
  • 3-match FUT Team of the Week loan player (up to 1 player per week over 20 weeks)
  • 8-match FUT loan item of Hazard, Martial, Reus, or Rodriguez
  • Custom FUT kits created by designers or FIFA soundtrack artists
  • Super Deluxe Edition

 

Full game

  • Up to 40 FIFA Ultimate Team Jumbo Premium Gold Packs (2 per week over 20 weeks - worth up to £79.99)
  • 3-match FUT Team of the Week loan player (up to 2 players per week over 20 weeks)
  • 8-match FUT loan item of Hazard, Martial, Reus, or Rodriguez
  • Custom FUT kits created by designers or FIFA soundtrack artists

 

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NEWS SOURCES:Wccftech.com

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