Axis Football 2017 is well into its development, and lead developer Danny Jugan has released another developer diary to showcase improvements coming to this year’s game.

The latest video takes a look at the game’s new uniform editor.

In the past, players had to edit uniforms and teams outside of the game. This ultimately required players to search through the game’s files in order to customize what they want. With Axis Football 2017, however, Axis Games is making it easier than ever to make the teams in the game exactly how you want.

The game will even offer templates that players can customize to their heart’s desire in both GIMP and Photoshop. The templates will allow users to create additional jerseys, pants, helmets, etc. for their teams.

In addition to a look at the uniform editor, viewers also get a more detailed look at the brand new player model that makes its debut in Axis Football 2017.

Axis Football 2017 launches this summer on Steam.


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