FIFA Ultimate Team Coins, Buy
This feature will provide beginner’s tips for FIFA Ultimate Team, also referred to as FUT in EA Sports’ newest release, FIFA 16. We will teach you about the importance of team chemistry so you can put the best available players on the field. This also means earning enough coins to buy packs of cards containing different players. We’ll tell you what each color means, and how to earn coins without spending real money.
When you first begin playing FUT 16, the game will ask you to name your team; you’re free to change this name at any point. From there you will receive a roster generated at random. The first thing that will stand out (in addition to a lack of superstars like Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo) are the bronze, silver or gold card backings for each player. This designates a player’s overall skills. A player with ranking anywhere between 0-64 is bronze, a person ranked 65-74 is silver and finally, players with ranking 75-99 are gold. The latter represents the best players in FUT 16, and you must know each person’s attributes (speed, passing ability and so forth). You should name one of these players the captain of your team (this does not improve the team per se, it’s merely a cool feature) and build around this person.
Additionally, over time you will amass more silver cards. When this happens, begin to dump the majority of weaker bronze players and replace them with silver teammates. Meanwhile with card packs, the color you buy (again, bronze, silver or gold) means the majority of players and assets falling into this particular color will appear. In other words, you won’t find many bronze cards in a silver pack. Ideally, you want to save up coins to buy as many silver and gold card packs as possible.
Team Chemistry in FUT
Great team chemistry is essential to dominating FUT 16. Bring up your active roster and make note of the colored lines connecting players on the football pitch. These lines communicate how well two players mesh. A green line, for example, means the two players have outstanding chemistry. Meanwhile, players with similar skills but less chemistry are yellow. Lastly, a red line means terrible chemistry, and you should seek to avoid red as much as you can.
FUT measures player chemistry using different factors, such as nationalities, the league both players came from and the club they belong to. No chemistry will prove disastrous in a game, and you simply won’t win many matches featuring guys who don’t play nicely with each other; the motto of FIFA 16 is play beautiful, after all.
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