FIFA 17 Demo Out Now, Here's How to Download It
Get your hands on the pro soccer game right now.
The demo features a "select experience" from FIFA 17's intriguing-looking "The Journey" mode. For the demo, you'll fill the shoes of rising star Alex Hunter and can play through a portion of this mode for Manchester United.
Also featured in the demo is the Kick Off mode, which lets you play matches right away. While matches are loading, you can play new skill games; there are four new ones for single-player and three for multiplayer.
In terms of teams, there are twelve clubs from around the world playable in Kick Off. These include:
- Manchester United
- Manchester City
- Real Madrid
- Paris Saint-Germain
- Olympique Lyonnais
- Seattle Sounders
- Bayern München
- Tigres U.A.N.L. (MX)
- Gamba Osaka
There are three stadiums featured in the demo: CenturyLink, Stamford Bridge, and Suita City Football Stadium.
You can download the FIFA 17 demo by following the links below. One thing to note is that The Journey mode and some other Frosbite engine features are only offered on new-gen consoles and PC.
- Xbox One (8.05 GB)
- Xbox 360 (1.42 GB)
- PlayStation 4 (7.6 GB)
- PlayStation 3 (1.5 GB)
- PC (file size unclear)
If you're having trouble downloading the FIFA 17 demo on PS4, it may not be your fault, as the PlayStation Store is experiencing some problems right now.
FIFA 17 officially launches on September 27. In other news about the game, for the first time in years, Lionel Messi is no longer the game's top-rated player.
If FIFA is not your thing, but you still want to play a new soccer game, there's a demo out right now for Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer 2017.
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