This week marks the sixth anniversary of the FIFA Ultimate Team mode, and EA intends to celebrate the occasion by offering player packs. The game mode first appeared in the UEFA Champions League 2006-2007 game, but it was only officially implemented in the FIFA series with FIFA 09. Six years later, EA Sports decided to celebrate by offering packs and creating a special cup March 29.
Everyday, until that date, all players will receive a free pack of players per day (but it was not revealed what pack category it will be). EA is also creating a special FUT Birthday Cup, which may likely result in several rewards that have not been specified. Players can also purchase special packages, available every day until March 29.
Like us, you probably think you’re half decent at FIFA 15. If so, you need to watch this video and immediately bring yourself down a peg or two.
We had already been forced to reassess our abilities on everyone’s favourite game, after we went to the UK FIFA 15 Championships and were left very pretty silly and insignificant by the eight best FIFA players in Britain.
Now, we have got hold of this EA Sports video, which showcases the best goals scored on FIFA 15 in the last week.Suffice to say, we now understand what is actually possible in the game – and realise that we are yet to get anywhere near it.
If anyone reading this has ever scored a goal as good as the nine in this amazing video, we have two things to say to you:
1. Well done, congratulations and welcome to the official list of Row Zed heroes.
2. For the love of God, send it in to us (via the form below) so we can share it with the world…
Once this feature has been activated, all FUT items (players, in-forms, consumables, and club items) in FIFA Ultimate Team will have a Price Range that sets the highest and lowest Fifa Coins prices that each item can be sold on the Transfer Market.
These new features are designed to:
Help FUT gamers understand the value of the players in their Club.
Make high-rated players more attainable for all FUT gamers and ensure a level playing field.
Further restrict illegitimate coin transfers on the Transfer Market.
Although the new FUT item Price Ranges will differ from current prices, their relative value to other player items on the Transfer Market will remain consistent in order to maintain a level playing field for everyone.
Here are some more important notes about Price Ranges:
All Price Ranges will be universal across Xbox, PlayStation and PC.
When you list an item on the Transfer Market, the range at which an item can be sold will appear. These price ranges will be set by the FIFA Team based on analysis of past Transfer Market prices.
Open bid transfers will be unavailable after Price Ranges have been activated. In order to list an item on the Transfer Market, you will have to set a “Buy It Now” price within the Price Range.
The Price Range for each FUT item will be set wide enough for you to still enjoy trading on the Transfer Market.
The Price Range for certain players may be adjusted in the future as we work to improve this feature over time.
New ‘in-form’ FUT player items will receive a Price Range upon release.
We believe the long-term benefits of this new change will make FUT more fun and fair for everyone.
We know that this is a significant change to FUT, and so we want your feedback. We are confident that, in the long run, the FUT community as a whole will come to appreciate the balanced benefits that this new feature will bring to all FUT players, but it’s important you let us know what you think.
In conjunction with these changes, the Transfer Market will remain inaccessible from the Web and Companion Apps.