As the latest masterpiece for EA's long history soccer game series, FIFA 2015 Ultimate Team has become hotter and hotter at all ranking list. This free-to-play iOS and Android edition have made soccer fans all over the world starting to collect cards to create the strongest possible team. Becoming a true champion in the game is no easy feat, considering the huge amount of customization possibilities offered by the game. Now read on for some tips and tricks for FIFA 2015 Ultimate Team!
The thing that is typically the most difficult and cerebral to figure out is how to construct your team correctly, and how to make it the best team out of anything you can muster. Once you unlock the initial flood of bonus card packs, create a new squad, because it’s too time-consuming to try to mess with your starting squad. Pick a formation, then start searching by position.
FIFA 2015 Ultimate Team is a unique combination between a sports and card game, as all players, balls, kits can only be obtained through cards. These cards are found inside card packs, which can only be obtained by playing the game or purchasing them with real money. Luckily, the game doesn’t feature any form of stamina system, making it better than the previous one.
Creating your perfect team is the main goal of FIFA 2015 Ultimate Team. This is no easy task, as the many possibilities can be a bit overwhelming, especially at the beginning. The best way to start creating a good team is to start doing so from scratch once enough cards have been collected. Trying to mix your starting team with the extra players obtained with cards can be confusing and it’s not effective at all, since most starting players are not that good.
Pick your formations and start building from there, assigning the right role to the right players and obtain chemistry bonuses by placing together players with the same nationality as much as possible. When you cannot fill a position with the right player, try to place a player whose statistics are the best suited for the role until you can find a proper one.
Fill up everything as best you can. Match players to their positions for a position bonus, and match players by nationality for a chemistry bonus. If you have a position that’s unfilled by any of your players, pick the closest substitute statistically (like a CM instead of an LM). Change your formation, too, to fit what positions you have a surplus of top players in.
Using the transfer market properly is another way to get the players you really need for your team, because with so many formation types, somebody out there will take them off of your hands. Hell, you can even buy the low-bid players if you think they are undervalued, then auction them off for a higher price and make a profit. So it is quite possible to profit from some trades by selling a player for a higher price but this definitely requires a bit more experience on your part. Do this over and over to trade your way to your ultimate team.
Almost everything can be messed with in the options menu, so fine tune the game to be exactly how you want it. You can change everything from the difficulty to the controls (classic or casual, plus the button layout), the camera angle and camera height (necessary depending on what device you play the game on and whether it’s a phone, tablet or phablet) and even the half length, for if you want to play a quick game (two minute halves) or a longer game (ten minute halves).
With so much to do in the game, it’s easy to get lost in FIFA 2015 Ultimate Team. A good way to proceed through the game without getting lost is to follow and complete the active ojectives. By doing so you will be getting a sense of progression as well as obtain cards and gold that can be used to build your team, killing two birds with one stone.
The great thing about FIFA 15 is that it’s so open-ended, but if you want to get a sense of direction going, complete the active objectives, one after the other. Not only will they teach you what to do and where to go next, but you’ll earn loads of gold, card packs, and FIFA points as rewards for completing the objectives.