EA Sports' Journey mode is sure to be the most realistic and stressful Fifa game yet

With each passing year, EA Sports’ Fifa titles become more and more realistic, and Fifa 17′s The Journey mode is probably the best example of that.

The creators have said this is the first time they have incorporated a cinematic narrative mode into the game and, boy, does it look good.

Having spoken to young players such as Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford and Dele Alli, the creators allow you to make decisions about Alex Hunter, from the team he plays for, to his character and more.

You even get to sit and be shouted at by a virtual, but very scary, manager. Just what you need when you’re trying to relax on your games console.

We await Fifa 18′s boot-scrubbing mode with bated breath…

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