Even before FIFA 17 existed, the FIFA series had already a gameplay that was amazing given the existing technology at that time when EA first introduced the game series back in 2007. However, there was one complaint from a lot of fans: the graphic was just very terrible, especially the players faces which looked nowhere near the real players.
From among these players, the worst to get the digital rendering of his face was none other than Luis Suarez. It can be remembered that back in 2007, the Uruguayan's face was anything but. Those who played the game way back the beginning years of FIFA would say that Suarez did not exist if the basis would be how the players' faces look realistic in the game. And if looks would have been rated, Suarez' FIFA version would probably get the lowest score.
For over 10 years, fans have noticed the amazing transformation of Suarez from an unrecognizable mustachioed football player who bore his name to really become Luis Suarez. However, FIFA finally did justice to the Uruguayan footballer when they finally gave him a recognizable face in 2014. And it seemed like the evolution of his gameplay came with the evolution of his face because he got even better and better. In FIFA 17 his face got even better and for that fans thank EA for finally making the player's game face as real as possible.
Other visual changes FIFA 17 version 1.02 brought into the game recently include even the smallest detail, specifically the fog that comes out of the player's mouth when viewed from his perspective. Where it looked floating and detached before, the effect is much more realistic with the latest update. Moreover, the 2016/2017 Premiere League package also got a bit of an upgrade as well as the team kits for Tigre and Velez Sarsfield.