FIFA 17 will feature a number of gay chat rooms online, including the FIFA 17 Online Queer Chatroom, which is an online gay video chat room that allows users to upload and share gay videos.
FIFA 17 is set to launch for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on August 25.
The Queer Queer Network, which was launched by a group of gay gamers in 2014, will allow users to create private gay video channels.
In addition to the gay chat room, the Queer chatroom features “gays, bimbos, fags, trannies, dudebros, kinksters, and any other gay guy/girl,” according to a description on the official FIFA 17 QueerChat website.
The game also includes a dating app for gay players.
In FIFA 17, players can now create their own gay channels and share their gay videos with other players.
In the Queers chatroom, users can add and delete gay videos, upload and upload gay photos, and upload and download gay songs.
Players can also join a Queer team and compete against other players who share the same gender identity.
In addition to gay games, QueerQueer will allow players to play the popular multiplayer online battle arena game, Heroes of the Storm.
The new multiplayer mode, called Queer Storm, allows players to take on other players in multiplayer matches.
Players are able to customize their teams, including choosing their own class and playing as a gay character.
In July, the FIFA 18 World Cup was delayed after FIFA 19 launched, leaving FIFA fans disappointed about the lack of a FIFA World Cup and the absence of an LGBT theme.
The FIFA 19 update included an official LGBT theme, which featured a rainbow flag and rainbow shirt with rainbow emojis.
The announcement of FIFA 17 was met with mixed reactions from fans of the game.
Some fans are excited for a new FIFA game to feature an LGBT focus, while others are not so excited.
The official FIFA 19 Twitter account noted that the game is set for release on August 5, 2018, while the official EA Sports Twitter account said it is “coming soon.”