Post by Everton News. on Oct 13, 2016 10:58:05 GMT
Everton star makes FIFA 17 Ultimate Team line-up
Blues ace alongside Ronaldo and Muller
Everton’s Seamus Coleman has been named in the new FIFA 17 Ultimate Team line-up alongside the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Thomas Muller.
Each week FIFA 17 Ultimate Team assembles the best players from international and club competition around the world for the big Team of the Week challenge.
Blues ace Coleman, who turned 28 on Tuesday, enjoyed a fruitful week with the Republic of Ireland as he captained them to a brace of World Cup qualifying victories, with a 1-0 home win over Georgia – in which he scored the winning goal after a mazy run – followed up by a 3-1 success in Moldova.
The right-back, who has an overall rating of 84 on FIFA 17, is awarded the following individual attributes within the game: Pace 81; Shooting 75; Passing 77; Dribbling 81; Defending 84; Physical 81.
Joining the Everton man in the team that includes no left-back but three right midfielders are – Goalkeeper: Andriy Pyatov – Shakhtar Donetsk & Ukraine; Centre-back: Aymen Abdennour – Valencia &Tunisia; Centre-back: Kári Árnason – Malmö & Iceland; Right midfield: Thomas Müller – Bayern Munich & Germany; Left midfield: Marko Arnautović – Stoke City & Austria; Right midfield: Antonio Valencia – Manchester United & Ecuador; Right midfield: Mohamed Saleh – Roma & Egypt; Striker: Cristiano Ronaldo – Real Madrid & Portugal; Striker: Robert Lewandowski – Bayern Munich & Poland; Striker: Mario Mandžukić – Juventus & Croatia.
Post by premierleaguenews2 on Jun 10, 2017 19:40:48 GMT
Cristiano Ronaldo the face of Fifa 18 game with 'realistic' player motion
Fifa 18, the next instalment in the football game series, is the “single biggest leap forward” for the franchise, its developers have claimed.
The popular football game will use a new motion technology system to more realistically depict player movement, including that of this year’s cover star, Cristiano Ronaldo.
The game’s soap opera-style career mode, The Journey, will also return when the game launches in the autumn, publisher EA Sports said. The announcement was made ahead of E3, the leading video games convention, which takes place in Los Angeles next week.
For only the second year, the game has been built using the high-powered Frostbite graphics engine, which EA Sports said means players look more lifelike than previous games.
The game is one of the most popular series in the UK, having first launched as Fifa International Soccer in 1993.
For Fifa 18, changes have also been made to the gameplay, with a new crossing and through ball system introduced, designed to improve accuracy, EA said.
More extensive motion capturing involving some of the world’s best players, including Real Madrid star Ronaldo, has been used to create a wider range of individual player movement and styles within the new game. EA Sports says players in the game are now more fluid and responsive as a result.
Upgrades have also been made to the game’s presentation, with changes in lighting to reflect stadiums in different parts of the world and dynamic weather introduced for the first time.
The developer said greater “regionalisation” had been added to in-game stadiums, with flags, banners and crowd reaction now more diverse across teams and countries. The Journey, which sees gamers take on the role of young footballer Alex Hunter, is also returning, it was confirmed.
It now includes the ability to customise Hunter’s appearance, including tattoos and hairstyle, for the first time.
A wider range of story branches, based on the choices players make in the game, has also been added.
The current instalment in the series, Fifa 17, has more than 22 million players across PlayStation, Xbox and PC.