‘FIFA 17’ Latest News & Update: Patch Notes 2 Fixes Player Faces; Will EA Sports Add More Player Models? More Details Revealed!

By AASalvador , Updated Nov 14, 2016 01:28 AM EST

"FIFA 17" has updated the popular football video game and fixed the pre-games and other presentation issues. This is the second update the game has since it has been released, and many fans believe that this is just the start of much more before the year ends.

"FIFA 17" patch notes 2 include rendering, frame-rate and even audio issues. The frame rates prior to the skill game have been improved. This is important as gamers play the 2-on-1 drills against the AI.

Player faces have also been updated in the patch notes 2 of "FIFA 17." Now, player faces are more accurate with the actual player. EA Sports can readily add more player models, and fans are just waiting for the developer to do just that. "PES 2017" has already added more than 30 new players a few weeks ago.

For the overall visual or presentation changes, there have been general overlay adjustments in "FIFA 17." The patch notes 2 also addressed the issue where the selected kit is not the one being played. The authenticity of the audience reacting to a goal has been improved as it uses real Spanish crowds. Lastly, the black custom kits do not interfere with the referee kits anymore.

For all Pro Club members in "FIFA 17," the flair trait is now available with the patch notes 2. It can also carry over Virtual Pro from "FIFA 16" and unlocks all passive traits. The issue where players receive excessive skill points has also been resolved.

Aside from the various presentation movements, The Journey in "FIFA 17" has also an audio and character speech for French, German, Italian, Mexican Spanish and Spanish. There is also a general stability in the Ultimate Team and other game modes.

"FIFA 17" is playable via PC and PlayStation 4, Xbox One. Have you already updated your game? Stay tuned to GamenGuide for the latest news and update.

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