EA SPORTS NHL 17 Xbox One pre-orders and pre-downloads now available
EA SPORTS NHL 17 is a game developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts. As you have probably already guessed, this is an upcoming ice hockey video game that will be released this fall, more exactly sometime in September 2016.
Today we will talk about the pre-orders that are already available on the Xbox Store, but before that we want to tell you that, in this game, you will be able to test out the new Player Rank System and unlock customizable arenas and items.
We agree that the publisher had to release the pre-orders of this game, but we are not sure yet why they have rushed the pre-download, as there is a good amount of time until this game will be released for the current-gen consoles. However, if you are a NHL fan, then you most likely want to pre-order the game and below you will see three different NHL 17 versions that you can pre-order from the Xbox Store:
- The NHL 17 Standard Edition pre-order edition comes with the full game, 1 month of EA Access, an EASHL Equipment Bundle + the NHL 94 Celebration. In addition, you will receive 1 gold pack per week for 10 weeks;
- The NHL 17 Deluxe Edition pre-order edition contains, the full game, a 1 month of EA Access, an EASHL Equipment Bundle + the NHL 94 Goal Celebration, but you will receive 1 gold plus pack per week for 25 weeks;
- The NHL 17 Super Deluxe Edition pre-order edition has the full game, an EASHL Equipment Bundle + the NHL 94 Goal Celebration and you will also receive 2 gold plus packs per week for 25 weeks.
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