FIFA 17 Patch Update Includes Visual Changes, Improved Gameplay, And Other Bug Fixes

The FIFA 17 patch update is already out and it includes changes in the visuals and gameplay as well as several bug fixes to some problems encountered in the game.

The recent update, however, is for PC players only but EA announced that it will be releasing the FIFA 17 patch update for PlayStation 4 and XBox One soon. The patch update can be downloaded from the official website of FIFA 17.

The full patch notes of the FIFA 17 update includes skipping the cut scene for contentious fouls,an improvement on the responsiveness of the shooting, increasing the CPU AI tendency to directly attack and the chance of error in triple taps.

Improvements are also made to ball physics, contest headers logic from corner kicks, and to players who switch from corner to free kicks. There are also some minor improvements made to the responsiveness of the ball during passes, especially when it is mid-air.

There are also some changes made in FIFA 17's Career Mode, Ultimate Team. And Pro Clubs. In Career Mode, the FIFA 17 patch update addresses the problem where the CPU AI leaves the star player on the bench. In Ultimate Team, the FUT single player does not default anymore to the computer's setting, resolved an issue in online FUT matches, and corrected the custom tactics text. On the other hand, Pro Clubs will require increased experience when players want to acquire higher overall ratings and address the issue where the player's face does not display properly.

As mentioned above, several visual changes have also been made including components of the 2016/2017 Premier League broadcast package, and updated team kits as well as banners and flags for Tigre and Velez Sarsfield.

The FIFA 17 patch update also addressed an issue regarding the selected kit error and the frame-rate error during the pre-match game. The game also removed the fog coming out from the player's mouth when it is viewed from the player's viewpoint.

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