As of early Saturday morning EA Sports have confirmed that all the images had been leaked were in fact legitimate. More details on the features added can be found over on EASports.com.
Some very exciting images have surfaced online, and FIFA players everywhere will be delighted if they turn out to be true.
Reddit user shaanbread posted a series of images first found on a Russian website to the r/FIFA subreddit that appear to be screens from an EA Sports FIFA 17 presentation.
The screen shots suggest an incredible amount of depth has been added to Career Mode enabling the player to take full control of their club's finances, create a manager that actually looks like a manager, and track youth development in depth.
FIFA 17 Career Mode could provide the tools that gamers have been crying out for over the past few years as the feature has undoubtedly grown stale.
Here are the images, which we cannot confirm are 100% legit but if they are not then they have been made by someone who is extremely skilled with graphics and knows the style that FIFA 17 will be going for, based on what we have seen from EA Sports so far.
This would give the player so much more to do other than simply play the CPU every week and slowly dominate Europe with Wigan, or whoever you are trying to rescue from obscurity to give yourself some sort of story.
We will likely know for sure what is in store for FIFA 17 Career Mode at Gamescom next week, so until then we will cross out fingers and hope that it's true, and that there are more to come.