Back in September when the game was released on the Android and iOS, EA did not say anything about a Windows Phone version of FIFA 17. The fact that EA Mobile still supports Microsoft's mobile platform is the real surprise. With the host and the PC version, the real is still the highlights of the "FIFA 17 Mobile". According to reports, "FIFA 17 Mobile" contains more than 30 league, 650 real teams and 17000 real players. The content is based on up-to-date stories and matches and, for the first time, players will be able to participate in Leagues, which allows them to join forces with friends and other gamers across the globe.
And after EA released the patches for FIFA 17. Recently EA has just released a major update for their mobile game that made it to Android, iOS and Windows 10 Mobile about two weeks ago. The first and most important new change included in the update is the enhanced gameplay featuring better crossing speed and accuracy, as well as lobbed pass targeting and chip shot control. These tweaks have been in the works since the game made it to market, so hopefully they'll provide that sense of reality that fans of sports simulation games are looking for.
On the graphics side, the developers confirmed they have added some visual enhancements in skill game zones and maps, Plans slots, and in Attack Mode and Live Events. Also, some camera adjustments for a wider pitch view have been implemented too. The Attack Mode received some polishing as well, including balancing tactics and increased deep and wide free kicks. EA also announced that it has improved difficulty levels in Attack Mode, Seasons, and skill games. The official changelog also mentions the update revises stats in Player Items and brings an improed tutorial flow. Last but not least, language support has been extended to Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese.