FIFA 17: Introducing ‘Journey Mode’

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The latest instalment in the Fifa series is out and it does not disappoint. The marmite of the gaming world Fifa, often gets a lot of mixed reviews every year, but this year is different with the game containing something for everyone. 

For the Fifa fanatics that get the game every year, it offers so much more than previous editions with a far superior offline and online experience. For you at the other end of the spectrum who are not so custom to the game it offers a plethora of game types which caters to everyone’s ability and preferences.

A real talking point and what has been the forefront of the Fifa campaign this year is the journey mode. This is a new game mode in Fifa in which you meet Alex Hunter, who you control from a young child to premier league star. This game mode offers a vibrant, new gaming experience which a football game has never offered before. The perfect balance of going to training sessions, attending press conferences and playing premier league matches makes it a really consuming affair which could have you stuck to the sofa for hours! With the use of real life superstars and sponsorships with Adidas it feels like you are in the world of the character and it is a pleasure to take Alex Hunter from a nobody to a footballing legend.

Ultimate team has featured on a few games now and it returns more convincing than ever. With new additions such as squad builder challenges, which gives you the difficult task of building teams that fit set criteria which in turn gives you the chance to pack great players. This an amazing new addition as It gives people the chance to showcase their squad making abilities and get world class players for their own team to give you the slight edge on your friends. Even though this year’s online gameplay is more competitive than ever and not as easy as previous games, it creates a good challenge which helps you improve your game. 

Overall playing with all the latest players and teams in HD quality makes Fifa 17 a no brainer. The injection frostbite has brought to the game gives it the most realistic feel to date. The amount of new game modes that have been brought in, both online and offline allows you to play for hours and compete with friends. If you like the world of football the chances are you will fall in love with game. 

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