FIFA 17 isn’t a same diversion on Xbox 360 and Ps3.
While Xbox One, PC and PS4 owners enjoyed a new Frostbite Engine and The Journey – those on last-gen had conjunction of those features.
The recoil was staggering – with Amazon but one of many retailers swamped with complaints over a parred down game.
However, after a bit of digging, it seems EA skeleton to breeze down a array on last-gen console imminently – even as shortly as this year.
Speaking during a Stifel 2013 Technology Conference, EA CFO Blake Jorgensen pronounced a publisher will continue to recover titles for last-generation consoles until 2017 (via Videogamer).
While he stressed this would be a ‘earliest’ a association would dump support for a Xbox 360 and Ps3, a signs are positively relocating towards FIFA 18 being a current-gen / PC exclusive.
There are still thousands of gamers who play on last-gen record – generally given that a new console costs upwards of £200.
It’s not a initial time last-gen gamers have had a parred down chronicle of a blockbuster game.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 (above) lacked an whole debate mode on Xbox 360 and Ps3 – with usually multiplayer available.
Maybe ditching it altogether is improved than radically half a game?