Ready for another roundup of FIFA 17 news?
If you are still waiting to play the new FIFA on your mobile, then the wait is over as EA Sports confirmed that the new FIFA Mobile will be released worldwide on October 11th for iOS, Android and WP devices.
For those wondering why the Brazilian Serie A still have players with fake names, even though EA Sports initially announced that the brazilian clubs will have licensed player names, here’s an official update on the situation:
“Brazilian clubs will launch with generic player names, and will not be included in FUT. We’ll update all FIFA 17 fans about player names when and if information becomes available.”
Kinda strange that EA didn’t shared this important update on any of their social pages instead limiting to post it here.
Manchester City confirmed via their official website that they have agreed a new multi-year deal with EA Sports as their official gaming partner.
The third TOTW in FUT 17 brought not one, not two, but three OTW in-forms:
GK: Hugo Lloris – Tottenham Hotspur (England)
CB: Kostas Manolas – AS Roma (Italy)
RB: Ricardo Pereira – OGC Nice (France)
CB: Gabirel Paletta – Milan (Italy)
LM: Lukas Podolski – Galatasaray (Turkey)
CM: Marco Verratti – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
LM: Hakan Çalhanoğlu – Bayer 04 Leverkusen (Germany)
CAM: Giuliano – Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia)
ST: Gonzalo Higuaín – Juventus (Italy)
ST: Diego Costa – Chelsea (England)
ST: Breel Embolo – FC Schalke 04 (Germany)
GK: Will Norris – Cambridge United (England)
CB: Walker Zimmerman – FC Dallas (MLS)
CAM: Mateusz Cetnarski – Cracovia Kraków (Poland)
LM: Josh Morris – Scunthorpe United (England)
ST: Peter Wilson – GIF Sundsvall (Sweden)
ST: Casimir Ninga – Montpellier HSC (France)
LW: Kensuke Nagai – Nagoya Grampus (Japan)
CB: Toby Alderweireld – Tottenham Hotspur (England)
RM: Bernardo Silva – AS Monaco (France)
ST: Diogo Jota – FC Porto (Portugal)
ST: Iago Aspas – RC Celta de Vigo (Spain)
ST: Dwight Gayle – Newcastle United (England)
If you still haven’t packed a One’s To Watch player yet, you still have time until tomorrow at 6PM UK when they will be removed from packs.
— EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) October 8, 2016
For Squad Building Challenges you can visit Futhead’s new SBC page where you can see all the live SBC groups with squad recommendations to complete them at the lowest price possible. This week you can still complete the following challenges:
- Kick Off
- Marquee Matchups
- PL Player Of The Month
- Seven Club Challenge
This month’s in-game reward for all club members is the FUT Champions Kit, designed by FIFA Community Member DailyRender. The kit will be delivered to your FUT Account by November 7, 2016:
In addition to the great in-game reward, 9 lucky FUT Champions Club members living in participating countries may also be receiving real world rewards, including customized EA SPORTS Xbox hardware, brought to you by Xbox and Controller Chaos, FUT Champions Club’s official partners.
- 1 EA SPORTS Customized Xbox One S Console – Approx. retail value: $299 USD
- 2 EA SPORTS Customized Xbox One Elite Controllers – Approx. retail value: $149 USD each
- 2 EA SPORTS Customized Xbox One Standard Controllers – Approx. retail value: $49 USD each
- 1 Signed Marco Reus Dortmund Kit – Approx. retail value: $100 USD
- 1 Signed Pair of Marco Reus Boots – Approx. retail value: $100 USD
- 1 x 12,000 FIFA Points Code for Xbox One – Approx. retail value: $100 USD
- 1 x 12,000 FIFA Points Code for PlayStation 4 – Approx. retail value: $100 USD
To become eligible for the rewards, you must be an active FUT Champions Club member and play a game in FUT at least once between 00:00:01 GMT on October 1, 2016 and 23:59:59 GMT on October 31, 2016.
If you are in the mood to compete in a tournament you can do it by joining then new “Chemistry Cup” tournament in FUT 17:
Team chemistry = 100
OFFLINE: 1,500 Coins
07/10/2016 – 17/10/2016
You can now vote for the EA Sports Player Of The Month (September) in Premier League with the nominees being:
– Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City)
– Adam Lallana (Liverpool)
– Romelu Lukaku (Everton)
– Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur)
– Theo Walcott (Arsenal)
The winner will receive a POTM item in FIFA 17 Ultimate Team unlockable via the Squad Building Challenges.
Below we have a few recommended FIFA 17 related articles and guides for you if interested:
And that’s it for this week folks, see you as usual next week with more FIFA 17 news.