FIFA 17 Gameplay Leaks From E3 Multiplayer DemoTime: Jun. 21, 2016 From: SCDKeyA video purporting to show multiplayer gameplay of an early version of FIFA 17 from E3 is doing the rounds online. Although the footage is attracting some scepticism in the YouTube comments, with some speculating it could be a heavily modified PC version of SCDKey.com an older entry in the series, there are certain hints that this is indeed the real deal - not least of which being the Battlefield 1 banner visible in the screen's reflection.
On top of that, there are a number of subtle gameplay tweaks that haven't appeared in recent FIFA games. The YouTube host notes that the whole game feels slower, with impact slowing down players considerably. Other smaller tweaks include the ability of players to shuffle up the line with their throw-ins, and that corners and free kicks have a different view with a "ball indicator" for careful placing of the cross.
The penalty shot-metre is also missing, ensuring the players comedically fluff their penalty wide. "It feels more realistic than last year's version, and I do like that," says the narrator.
Elsewhere at E3, EA has finally lifted the lid on FIFA 17, confirming use of the Frostbite engine (Battlefield, Mass Effect Andromeda) and introducing a genuinely new feature: story mode.
Story mode is more than just your standard 'Be a Pro' option from FIFA 17 Origin CD Key previous installments of FIFA that allowed you to represent a single player and move between clubs.