While people are enjoying the FIFA 16 demo and waiting for the release of the full game later this month, EA Sports are still preparing for the game. Today they detailed how the Ultimate Team is being updated.
In a move to make it more fun, fair and secure they’ve today revealed how the transfer market will be available to gamers. Revealing that the new Transfer Market begins September 17, FUT 15 players will be able to get early access to the FUT 16 transfer market thought web and mobile apps.
In order to make it more fun, they also revealed that the price ranges for players will be much wider. This will create healthier trading experience for the game and also keep player costs attainable. To keep the transfers safe, the economy at play in the market will be based on the split economies across the consoles and generations. The aim is to make the gamers have more control over the system itself.
In the graph shown you’ll be able to see the changes that have taken place, and this is compared between both FUT 15 and FUT 16. EA Sports are confident that measures have been put in place to prevent any fraudulent coin activity impacting the market, but we’ll have to see just how successful this is.
As we see from FIFA 15, the FIFA Ultimate Team side of the game has proved to be popular though costly for fans. With such high usage, the security of the system is especially important as is keeping the actual cost of playing manageable.
As a micro transaction scheme that has actually been a success, I’m sure EA Sports will not want to mess this up.
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