FIFA 17 is being built on EA's Frostbite engine rather than EA Sports' usual
Ignite engine, according to a report by Game Informer.
outlet claims that all of EA's major sports titles will be transitioned to
Frostbite "over the course of the next few years", with this year's FIFA 17 set
to lead the way. Madden NFL 17, NHL 17 and NBA Live 17 will still use Ignite,
however, although each are "expected to convert in the near future".Cheap fifa
has typically used Frostbite to power all of its major non-sports titles on
current-gen, with Need For Speed, Battlefield 4, Star Wars: Battlefront and
Dragon Age Inquisition all making use of the engine. It isn't yet clear which
engine is being used for Titanfall 2, however.Buy fifa 17
FIFA 17 won't be the first sports game built using Frostbite, though: last
year's Rory McIlroy PGA Tour also made use of the engine.
FIFA 17 is expected to be revealed imminently, with a release planned on
console and PC before the end of September. The game will take a "major leap
forward in personalization, immersion and competition," EA CEO Andrew Wilson
said last month.Fifa Coins