Video: The New FIFA 17 Ad is Will Give You Goosebumps

Video: The New FIFA 17 Ad is Will Give You Goosebumps

For football and gaming fans, Christmas Day is almost here, with the latest edition of FIFA about to hit the shelves in the UK.

The world’s most popular console game is released here on September 29, and makers EA Sports have been slowly releasing promotional material for the last few weeks, and it’s safe to say our appetites have been well and truly whetted.


Earlier today, the game’s final ad was released online, and it features the new career mode and FIFA 17’s virtual superstar Alex Hunter.

In the clip, Hunter, wearing his No.29 jersey, walks out of the tunnel with his Manchester United team-mates to take on Real Madrid, surrounded by a cacophony of noise from supporters – and you even get a glimpse of Eden Hazard and Marco Reus as pitch-side pundits, although we have absolutely no idea why:

But the clip has left us pretty excited to part with our hard-earned cash – what do you think of it?

Let us know in the comments section below…



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