‘FIFA 17’ Demo is Out Now on PC and Various Consoles: 12 Playable Clubs, Skill Games, The Journey and Kick Off Modes and More!

By V Doctor , Updated Sep 14, 2016 10:31 PM EDT
Close

The "FIFA 17" demo is already available and ready to download. Players can enjoy the "FIFA 17" demo launched on Sept. 13, 2016 on PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

GameSpot reported that the "FIFA 17" demo includes a select experience from The Journey Mode. Players can take on the role of rising star Alex Hunter of Manchester United. The Journey Mode is and other features of the Frosbite engine are only available on PC and new-generation consoles. The "FIFA 17" demo also features the Kick Off mode, which allows gamers to play matches immediately. While matches are loading, fans can play new skill games. There are four new single-player skill games and three multiplayer skill games.

Kick Off mode in "FIFA 17" also features 12 clubs from all over the globe to play. Included are Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Chelsea, Inter, Juventus, Tigres U.A.N.L. (MX), Gamba Osaka, Olympique Lyonnais, Paris Saint-Germain, Seattle Sounders and Bayern Munchen. The "FIFA 17" demo also includes three stadiums, namely Stamford Bridge, CenturyLink and Suita City Football Stadium.

Fans can download the "FIFA 17" demo now. The Xbox One version has a file size of 8.05GB, the Xbox 360 demo requires 1.42GB of space and the PlayStation 4 "FIFA 17" demo needs 7.6GB of hard drive space. Meanwhile, the PlayStation 3 version has a file size of 1.5GB, while the file size of the PC version remains unclear. PlayStation 4 players may experience difficulty in downloading the "FIFA 17" demo, since the PlayStation Store is having some issues at the moment.

Express revealed that the official ratings for Chelsea and Manchester City in "FIFA 17" are already available. EA Sports stated that in Manchester City, Sergio Aguero (89) is the top player, followed by Kevin De Bruyne (88), David Silva (87), Vincent Kompany (86), IlkayGundogan, Claudio Bravo and Nicolas Otamendi (85 respectively), Yaya Toure (84), Nolito (83) and Raheem Sterling (82). In Chelsea, Thibaut Courtois (89) is No. 1, followed by Eden Hazard (88), Cesc Fabregas (86), Diego Costa, Willian and NemanjaMatic (85 respectively), David Luiz, Azpilicueta and John Terry (84 respectively) and Pedro (83). The official "FIFA 17" game will release on Sept. 27, 2016.

© 2020 Game & Guide All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.

Join the Conversation

Real Time Analytics