FIFA 17 gets Frostbite Engine
The frostbite game engine that has been developed by EA Dice is responsible for the stunning graphics seen in the Battlefield series. A host of EA’s new big releases namely Battlefield 1: Mirror’s Edge, Catalyst and Mass Effect: Andromeda would be powered using this technology besides FIFA 17. FIFA has been working on the new engine from the past two years and is now super-excited on the new experiment an d the results it would bring.
The most fascinating addition is the role playing adventure set within the FIFA is the Journey wherein a player signs in Alex Hunter who is going to start his career in a club chosen by the player. Among the games, there are scenes from Alex’s childhood and later life along with rival and friend Gareth Walker. Alex’s moves and utterances are chosen by the player at key-decision-making points.Would he be a modest or an arrogant player? The choices by the player would effect the description of the gameplay and affect Hunter’s relationship with teammates and the manager.
Al the moves have a profound effect on the match plot. If you gets sent-off, you would be summoned by the manager to his office and furnish an explanation for the same. While obviously scoring a goal in a tense league match that is fateful for the result would land you in an boasting interview with a television specialist after the match. The mode calls for trait points throughout the run and these be used to boost the attributes in any of the 15 areas like defending, dribbling or passing. Training in the special skills will affect the players development.
It is very much possible that FIFA’s development team had a consultation with Bioware on the organization of the narrative-based games. Additional seasoned players like Harry Kane, Dele Ali and Marcus Rashford were also consulted in order to derive a right content of the game.