FIFA 17 Announces New Career Mode Features
EA announced that FIFA 17 is set to receive some brand new Career Mode features that are sure to excite the fans. Available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on 27 September, FIFA 17 will offer brand new features that will allow the player to have even greater control over their club’s season. It will also introduce the option to compete in the J-League and will feature a fully rendered manager avatar to roam the sideline (thanks to the Frostbite engine).
Total Club Management
Total Club Management will give the player new objectives to fulfill based upon your board’s priorities.
The board’s exceptions will be categorized into:
- Domestic Success
- Continental Success
- Brand Exposure
- Youth Development
FIFA 17’s Career Mode introduces Club Worth, which is a newly rewritten and authentic club financial system. The new system will allow players to see detailed breakdowns of their income from transfers, loans, match day revenue, media and merchandising, along with expenses that range from player and scout wages, stadium maintenance and much more!
Thanks to the Frostbite engine, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC users will select from 11 High-Res coaches that will be brought to life on the touchline.
Japan J1 will be joining the long list of existing leagues that player's will be able to compete in throughout Career Mode.
Full details on FIFA 17's brand new Career Mode features can be found on EA Sports Official Website.
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