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EA Sports FIFA 17 now available for digital pre-order

FIFA 17, the next entry in the popular soccer (or football, if you prefer) series is now available for digital pre-order ahead of its September 27 launch on Xbox One. And just in case you aren't yet hyped enough for the upcoming title, EA has also debuted a short teaser for the game, which you can see below.

In all, there are three versions of the game up for pre-order: Standard, Deluxe, and Super Deluxe. With the Deluxe Edition, players will net a 1-month trial of EA Access, an 8-Match FUT Loan Player, 3-Match Team of the Week Loan Player, Special Edition FUT Kits and 20 Jumbo Premium Gold packs. The Super Deluxe edition includes all of the above, plus an extra 20 Jumbo Premium Gold Packs and another 3-Match Team of the Week Loan Player.

Interested? If so, you can grab the standard edition pre-order for $59.99 at the Xbox Store link below. The Deluxe and Super Deluxe Editions are also available at $79.99 and $99.99 each.

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10 Comments
  • Frostbite? 720p on XboxOne
  • Wonder if they'll ever re-introduce that amazing mode from back in the day where you can with more than 1 friend... at the same time... ONLINE! While not being forced to play with your crappy created team and crappy created player that stuck's in the same position all game? My guess is probably not.
  • Its looks so ugly against Fox Engine
  • lol , Fox Engine on PES 16 ?
  • Finally, they got rid of Messi on the cover..
  • What's deluxe and "super" deluxe edition?
  • Read the article...
  • Is coming to mobile just like in ios or android???
  • How on earth do EA get away with releasing basically the same game every year, with only minor tweaks and charging full price for it? Oh yeah, it's because we keep buying it. I'd happily only buy the new edition every three years or so, if it wasn't for the fact that this prevents me playing online against lots of other people who have 'upgraded'. And, despite the fact that they do release a whole new game every year, they still never bother to fix the glaring issues with it. Even leaving the gameplay aside, the menu system is terrible!
  • But still Fifa 16 crack is not available...