- Online proved an enormous flaw in PES 2016. The game of football we got to enjoy locally was massively spoiled when we tried playing people around the world, thanks to crippling lag, meaning a significant portion of the game was lost.
- FIFA, meanwhile, looks to continue its dominance with the behemoth that is Ultimate Team. The mode that has arguably grown bigger than FIFA itself will no doubt be back in full force this year, with the return of Legends on Xbox platforms and the incredibly addictive card collecting to build your perfect squad.
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- The online component of both games wasn’t discussed at preview, so we’ll call this a draw, for now.
- FIFA 16 lost a couple of league licenses, most notably the Brazilian league. However, EA has always remained king of licenses, naturally, being the official FIFA game, although we don't know exactly which ones it's retained for 2017.
- We still don’t know exactly which teams will be official in PES 2017, except for Arsenal and Atletico Madrid, as these were the two playable at preview. It’s a shame that this continues to be a huge drawback for the series, as some fans can’t quite get to grips with playing matches such as North London vs West Midlands Village.
- We fully expect FIFA to continue to be the dominant force in this department.