Official trailer for FIFA 17 revealed as Anthony Martial, Eden Hazard, James Rodriguez and Marco Reus take centre stage in teaser clip for new game
The official launch of FIFA 17 later this month has been met with the usual enthusiasm by both gaming and football fans.
And now anticipation of your game's release has been heightened further after EA SPORTS revealed their trailer for the most recent instalment on the console favourite.
The film, which functions international stars Anthony Martial, Eden Hazard, James Rodriguez and Marco Reus, provides a fascinating insight into how the game will play.
At the heart of your video is an unknown footballer, meant to represent the gamer who ultimately purchases FIFA 17.
In the footage, the player, wearing the No 29 shirt, runs out with the tunnel prior to a major game as part of the Manchester United side. Joined by the visible figure of United and France star Martial inside the tunnel, the player emerges out on for the field to a cauldron of noise and a meeting with Spanish giants Actual Madrid.
Because the vociferous crowd urges on the United squad, the No 29 runs enters the playing area and is eyed up by the figures of Chelsea's Hazard and German international Reus inside the unusual position of pitch side television analysts.
On the opposite side to United is Madrid's Colombian forward Rodriguez, who provides the new face in the red shirt a understanding nod ahead of the game gets underway.
After it does, the footage cuts to in-play action from FIFA 17 which sees the central figure take on a few of the biggest names in globe football.
It culminates with him evading a tackle from Bayern Munich's Arturo Vidal and bending an unstoppable curling effort past Manuel Neuer and in to the back of the net. The game's tagline then reads: 'Make your mark.'
EA SPORTS describe the video as: 'This is what it feels prefer to be a footballer. That is what it feels like to make your mark in FIFA 17.'
FIFA 17 might be obtainable inside the UK on September 29, but EA Access members on Xbox One and Origin Access members on Computer can play up to 10 hours of FIFA 17 now.