The FIFA series of video games from Electronic Arts always has a variety of new features coming to it every year. The 2017 edition is no different. Let’s look at some of the newest features in the FIFA 17 Manager Mode. These include some new ways to run a team and keep it afloat as well as the addition of a new league to add to the already massive pool of players to contend with.
What Is Total Club Management?
Total Club Management is a new feature in FIFA 17 that allows you to manage your team in many forms. You can manage your team by promoting its brand in many places. You can work with different sponsors, expand your reach to different countries through friendly matches and even develop youth players. You can also sign different players from all around the world or have those players go out on loan to others for a brief period of time. The managerial features that come with FIFA 17 are certainly more extensive than what you might have found in older versions of the game.
The objectives for your team to meet will certainly be important to look at. These objectives include many points like winning a certain number of matches, qualifying to compete in certain tournaments and much more.
A New Financial System
The financial system used within FIFA 17 is also different. This works with more sources of income and expenses. You can get a clear look at the transfers, loans, revenues and other things that get into your team’s bottom line. Income from match-day events, transfers and merchandise will be paired with expenses from maintaining youth programs and stadiums among other things. The detailed features that come with the new financial system will make this game all the more challenging and fun.
Choose a Better Manager
In Manager Mode, you can choose a unique physical manager for your team. You can choose him based on not only his avatar and name but also his nationality. You can even look to hire different managers if needed.
A New League
FIFA games pride themselves on offering teams from all corners of the world. These include the Barclays Premier League, Ligue 1, 1. Bundesliga, TIM Serie A, Liga Bancomer MX and Major League Soccer. Now there’s a new league that people can play with in FIFA 17 Manager Mode.
Japan’s J1 League has been added to the assortment of leagues that you can compete in while playing in Manager Mode. This is the top division of competition in Japan. You can compete with one of the eighteen teams that make up this prominent league including the seven-time champion Kashima Antlers and the 2015 champion Sanfrecce Hiroshima. The teams are scattered all around the country although there are seven teams in the Greater Tokyo area.
Check out these great new Manager Mode features when playing FIFA 17. These new features make the experience more immersive. You’ll have many new ways to contend and to run a team. The pool of competitors will also expand thanks to the J1 League’s inclusion.