The game’s soccer mode, which has been around since 2015, has been a staple of console and PC games for years, but for some players, it’s become a bit too familiar.
It’s time for FIFA 17 to get its own soccer-centric mode, and it’s looking like the answer might be in the form of a new setting.
The FIFA team is working on a new game mode called “FIFA Football 17,” which will have its own set of rules, gameplay mechanics, and a whole lot more that the developers have been wanting to do.
The concept for the new mode is still being worked on, but the team has confirmed that it will be available as a free update to FIFA 17, which is scheduled to go live on September 10.
The team also confirmed that the mode will not be a sequel to FIFA 19, the year-old, hugely successful FIFA game that launched in 2016.
FIFA 17 is expected to be a “new and innovative way to play football,” the game’s lead designer, Alexandre Lacasse, told Polygon in an interview.
“We want to show our fans that this is the best way to experience the game.”
FIFA 17 will be based on the popular footballing simulation, with some elements borrowed from the game of the same name, which was released by EA in 2014.
FIFA 19 launched in 2018.
FIFA fans have been waiting for a new version of the game for quite some time, with the new version coming out as an update to the game in 2017.
In fact, the game was first announced in 2018, but was only available on PS4 and Xbox One, but it was eventually made available on PC, Xbox One X, and PC via Steam.
“Fifa 17 is a game that is about football, and is about players and teams that are constantly looking for new challenges,” Lacasse said.
“It’s a game about the future and the way that we will build the game.
And I think it’s a fantastic way to introduce the fans to our new brand of football.”
For now, the focus will be on the new football mode, but if you want to know more about the game and its story, you can check out the official description on the game page.
FIFA is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox X, PC, Mac, Linux, and PS4 Pro on September 15.