EA Sports will be officially ditch the current game engine they use in FIFA games. All the FIFA games since 2013 had ignite engine but the Canadian game developers are going to move on to a better platform for their football simulation video games.
The ignite engine was not only used in FIFA games but it was a part of every Sports Game developed by EA. The engine was a latest tech back then, which would give close to perfect visual presentation of the sport and could be easily module into any platform when needed.
According to a global game reporter, GameInformer, EA will be using Frostbite engine on most of their new games from now. They have found a more accurate engine for FIFA 17 says GameInformer as they claim that EA are going to use engine previously used by NFS (Need for Speed) games.
Developed by Battlefield creative development team, Dice, Frostbite are still powering many games like Dragon Age, Mirrorâ€™s Edge, Star Wars Battlefront and Need for Speed. EA are going to use a modified version of this piece of technology as they strive to make their game better than before.
We could easily see EA using the same engine for its other Sports game franchise that includes Madden, NHL and NBA Live.
We can predict that this transition to a newer engine only be good for FIFA 17. Considering how great the latest Need for Speed and Star Wars Battlefront game was, we can hope to see the same type of graphics and visualization from FIFA 17.