FIFA 17 Title Update #2: Here's What Patch Has To Offer For PS4, Xbox One, PC Versions?

FIFA 17 recently received Update #2 from EA Sports on all gaming platforms. The patch notes reveal fixes for pre-game mini games as well as several presentation issues. In addition, The Best Bargain Defenders in the Career Mode has now been revealed.

EA Sports recently updated the patch notes for FIFA 17  which was rolled out on PS4, PC and Xbox One. The second patch is said to includes fixes to frame-rate, rendering and audio issues. In addition, EA Sports is slated to reveal a number of updates after the second patch before the year ends.

The FIFA 17 update is all said to include fixes in the updated player faces. This came after PES 2017 recently added over 30 new player models to the game a couple of weeks ago. EA Sports, in turn also added even more player models to the game and may add more player models weekly if needed.

In The Journey, the FIFA 17 update will also localize audio and character speech in German, Italian, French, Spanish and Mexican Spanish. The update will also address general stability fixes in FIFA Ultime Team as well as other online game modes. Furthermore, the flair trait will now be available for all Pros.

Meanwhile, RealSport recently introduced the 10 best defenders that can be bought for a lower price tag on the FIFA 17 Career Mode. The list includes Andrew Robertson, Pablo Zabaleta, Bacary Sagna, Mattia De Sciglio, Rivaldo Coetzee and Philipe Sampaio. Both Robertson and Sampaio have low wages coming in as low as £720 per week.

FIFA 17 Career Mode Biggest Bargain is said to be the Manchester United up and comer Axel Tuanzebe. Following the 18-year-old center back is Gael Clichy, the Manchester City veteran and defender Branislav Ivanovic. Andre Pinto ends the list with transfer price of £9 million for  91 strength, 82 sliding tackles and 79 aggression. Watch: FIFA 17 TITLE UPDATE 2 I CHANGES TO PRO CLUBS & MORE PS4, XBOX ONE & PC

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