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FIFA 17 Discounted to $40, Today Only

You have until midnight.


One of Amazon's featured Deal of the Day offers for today, October 14, is EA's FIFA 17.

Now until midnight, you can get the professional soccer game for $40 instead of $60. This offer is good only on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and applies to physical copies, in case that matters to you.

The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions are also discounted, but only to $50. Bear in mind that some of FIFA 17's new features, like the story mode, The Journey, are not available on PS3 and Xbox 360.

Go to Amazon's FIFA 17 landing page here to learn more and to place an order. As stated, this deal is good today only, ending at midnight, so you may want to act quickly if you're interested.

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GameSpot's FIFA 17 review scored the game a 9/10.

"The Journey is engaging enough that it'll be interesting to see how it's developed next year, but right now, it's not the reason to buy FIFA 17," reviewer Nathan Ditum said. "That remains a combination of still-excellent fundamental gameplay (on a par, at least, with Pro Evolution Soccer 2017's much-improved showing) and Ultimate Team, the game-above-the-game to which PES still has no serious answer. Put together with an improved Career mode and best-in-class presentation, and FIFA 17 is still out in front--even if its lead has been cut this year."

For more on FIFA 17's critical reception, check out this roundup of review scores and editor opinions.

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