The Journey a brilliant addition and FIFA Ultimate Team just as addictive as ever.
However, while you can play FIFA ultimate team without the need to purchase additional coins or FUT packs, the reality is that it will take you an almost infinite amount of hours to earn enough in-game coins to buy the players you want in your fantasy 11.
But according to research done by Games Radar's Ben Willson, assembling a dream team of FIFA 17’s best players could see you forking out anywhere north of £500 in real money.
The in-game transfer market is the easiest and fastest way to acquire these players, but as explained by Willson, also the priciest."I pieced together GR ’s dream Ultimate Team below, using players’ current average transfer values.
In order to do so, I placed a value of a highly specific £0.00015219047 (stay with me! That’s based on someone purchasing seven packs of gold cards, to a value of 7,500 coins per pack (so 52,500 total), for £7.99.
"I pieced together GR ’s dream Ultimate Team below, using players’ current average transfer values." explains Wilson."Here's the GR ultimate Ultimate Team in full – with each player's in-game currency cost, along with the real life equivalent.
Those of you still looking to buy FIFA 17 and also wishing to upgrade the console might also be interested in Microsoft's excellent looking new Xbox One S.
The new console can now be pre-ordered in a fantastic looking storm grey colour with FIFA 17 bundled in for free.
It is the only console available today with built-in 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray and 4K video streaming plus High Dynamic Range visuals for video and gaming.
If that wasn't enough Microsoft are also giving away the game with an additional three Loan Legends and one month of EA Access.
For those who don't know, EA Access lets you play EA games for a limited time before they’re released and get unlimited access to The Vault, a growing collection of EA's best Xbox One games released to date.
No other platforms and consoles are supported for qualification.