There are four new features in FIFA 17 career mode.
Total Club Management
Total Club Management gives you new objectives to fulfill based upon your board’s priorities. Each team now has a unique personality which dictates the goals you’ll need to achieve in both the short and long term to succeed at your club.
Your board’s expectations are seperated into five categories:
- Domestic Success
- Continental Success
- Brand Exposure
- Youth Development
Promote youth players, return to the top division, expand your club’s brand in Asia, sign world class players – these are just some examples of the objectives you can expect in Career Mode in FIFA 17.
You’ll be able to see your progress on these objectives from a new menu within Career Mode. Achieve the goals to keep your managerial popularity rating on target.
Whether you’re returning a fallen giant to their former glory, turning your team into a European powerhouse with the help of a world-class youth program, or keeping your club’s finances in the black, Total Club Management keeps your career experience fresh and dynamic season by season.
FIFA 17 Career Mode introduces Club Worth, a rewritten and authentic club financial system with different sources of income and expense. You’ll now be able to see a detailed breakdown of your income from transfers, loans, match-day revenue, media and merchandising, while your outgoings on player and scout wages, youth facilities, stadium maintenance and travel will also be visible to you in the Finances menu. This will help you keep your finances in check, a must for every modern football club.
Powered by Frostbite? for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, managers are brought to life on the touchline for the first time in Career Mode. You’ll be able to choose one of 11 high-res coaches to occupy the technical area which you’ll then see during gameplay.
The Japan J1 League is joining the list of leagues in which you’ll be able to compete in FIFA 17’s Career Mode.