EA Sports releases first trailer for FIFA 17

by: Sean Cahill -
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It's a summer of footy across the entire world, and EA Sports wants to remind everyone that they want to capture the glory of international football.

With the Copa America Centenario and Euro 2016 going on this summer, there is not a shortage of top quality play to enjoy, but we all know that it just fuels the fire for the next version of EA's popular franchise in the form of FIFA 17.

The big news, of course, is that the game has moved away from the Ignite Engine to the Frostbyte Engine, and you can see the difference visually when looking at Eden Hazard and Anthony Martial. Here's hoping that it builds upon the changes from 16 and clears up some of the issues that players had. Also, can we get a bunch of new stadiums please?