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EA’s newest annual football game, FIFA 17, has been confirmed for a release date of September 27 (September 29 in Europe) – and this year it’s packing something the series has often lacked: an element of surprise. In addition to staples such as Ultimate Team, EA Canada is introducing a second type of career mode called The Journey. In it you play as an upcoming Premier League prospect, with cut-scenes that feel more like Mass Effect or Dragon Age than traditional FIFA. The FIFA 17 cover star is Borussia Dortmund and Germany midfielder Marco Reus, after winning a cover vote that also included Anthony Martial, James Rodriguez and Eden Hazard. Most tantalisingly, it’ll run on Battlefield 1’s Frostbite engine, rather than FIFA 16’s Ignite equivalent.