‘FIFA 17’ Latest News & Update: ‘The Journey’ Reason For Breaking Sales Record? How To Get Your Player A Good Rating?

By AASalvador , Updated Oct 18, 2016 06:00 AM EDT
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In less than a month, "FIFA 17" has become the number 1 video game in the UK chart, overtaking "Gears of War 4." It is so popular, even among serious gamers, that it is already breaking records. "The Journey" of Alex Hunter was a hit among gamers, and the "Goals of the Week" are constant motivation of the players to get even better.

Mirror captured some of the players' best effort for the "Goals of the Week." One of them is player Switch Flipz FC who was brilliant in letting the winger of Borussia Dortmund batter the ball from 32 yards. Majority of the efforts were followed by a long range strike. Watching how teams play in "FIFA 17" might make a pro feel that he is not as good as he thinks.

"FIFA 17" is a big improvement from its previous franchise. IGN's review showed that "FIFA 16" got only 7.8, while the current version got 8.4. "The Journey" certainly made an impact on gamers even if there was a "lack of match sharpness."

"FIFA 17" has been heavy in marketing "The Journey" and it seems to make a connection with the young gamers who, if given a chance, would someday want to be like Alex Hunter. Some analysts believed that the reason for the football video game breaking sales record was its story mode. For three consecutive weeks, "FIFA 17" has been number one in the UK sales chart, although the figures did not include digital sales data yet according to Game Spot.

A high "FIFA 17" rating starts with making your manager happy. He is the one who can give you more game time in the FA Cup. Do not forget to make your fans happy as well, as they are the key to sponsorship deals. Check that you set your responses to your manager to "cool" so that he will give you more chances to play and prove your worth. The more you play, the higher your rating will be.

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