FIFA 17 Mobile seems to be a fairly feature-rich take on the popular Xbox football title. It's free to play, as you might expect, complete with time-gating and accelerator micro-transactions that speed up the acquisition of different football stars.
FIFA 17 Mobile leverage's EA's exclusive access to official football data, featuring 30 leagues, 650 real teams, and 17,000 real players. FIFA 17 Mobile allows you to manage and create your own Ultimate Team, complete with all-new touch controls and new ways to play.
As of writing, there are widespread reports of crashing from reviews on the game, but I haven't experienced any so far on my Lumia 950 XL. As a 3D title with surprisingly decent visuals, FIFA 17 Mobile is a little laggy even on the Lumia's Snapdragon 810. I imagine lower-end phones might experience greater difficulty.
If you pick up FIFA 17 Mobile let us know what you think in the comments. Sadly, there's no Xbox integration as seen in previous FIFA mobile games, but it's still pretty encouraging to see a big name game make its way over to Windows 10 Mobile.
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