FIFA 17 is arguably one of the most anticipated sports games of the year, and EA took to the stage at Gamescom to show off the latest trailer for the game. Included in the trailer is a pretty solid look at some of the gameplay players can expect from the game once it launches on Xbox One.
To recap, FIFA 17 packs plenty for football (or soccer, for us in the U.S.) fans to look forward to. The game is now powered by the Frostbite engine, which looks pretty impressive. Players will also get a chance to live the story of a rising Premier League star, complete with all of the valleys and peaks that come along with that journey.
FIFA 17 will be available on September 26, and you can currently pre-order the game for $60 at the Microsoft Store. Alternatively, the FIFA 17 Xbox One S bundle is now available for purchase as well.
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