FIFA 17 Update: Update 1.03 Coming To Xbox And PS4, Fixes Key Issues And More


Game publisher Electronic Arts has recently released its Patch 1.03 Update but only for the PC version of the FIFA game. According to Electronic Arts, the PS4 and Xbox version of the FIFA 17 game was still in development, but today, things are about to change because patch 1.03 update is finally coming.

As reported earlier by Attack of the Fan Boy, Update 1.03 Patch comes in a huge size, a whopping 2.96GB for the PS4 and 2.76GB for the Xbox One gaming consoles. The size of the file is pretty big for an update. Therefore, the developer advises that to keep the update on download before continuing to and always checked the changelog as it'll take a lot of time to download.

For a starter, FIFA 17 is an association football video game in the FIFA series that was released in September 2016. It's the first FIFA game in the series to use the Frostbite game engine, which is developed by the makers of the Battlefield series, EA DICE. The game engine was first used to create a first-person shooter but then expanded to include various genres, including racing, real-time strategy and even role-playing games.

As the developer notes show, the EA has addressed numerous issues in the upcoming update, including a frame-rate issue during the pre-match skill game, an issue where the selected kit is not the one used in-game, the issues in the FIFA Pro Clubs, the issue where players could receive skill points, stability issues in the FIFA Ultimate Team, and many more.

EA also made some changes in the visual and presentation side, updated the player faces for accurate character likeness and made the flair traits available for all Pros. It also added localized audio and character speech for the following language, German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Mexican.

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