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FIFA 15 made it quite clear that EA's main focus was not on making changes to the gameplay. We noticed only a few small improvements, but also we have to admit that the visual bump on the new generation of consoles played a big part in how we experienced the action on the pitch. Besides a better flow and almost life-like animations, there was not many new features.

Well FIFA fans, the wait is over and you can finally try out Diego Costa in Blue, Mario Balotelli in Red or Luis Suarez debuting in an almost unstoppable Barcelona side. When it finally downloads, as expected, we're greeted by a Photoshopped Lionel Messi, with a smug sly grin looking as though he's just been told that despite dropping -1 on the ratings scale with 93, he's still pipped rival Ronaldo (92) to be the game's best player. Both are available to play on the Ultimate Team teaser, which allows a quick match featuring many of the globe's top talent.

In this case, as Ronaldo is one of the players that when someone buys they do not try to sell again, the chances of getting him in a pack are 10 times lower than the average of gold players which card weight is 150. In other words, the chance of getting him are something like 1 to 150,000 for each card player you open in a pack.



Then how to make coins you may ask, Let’s say conservatively you have 5k coins, search for a player currently selling between 6-7k and either try to find an underpriced BIN or keep bidding up to 5k on each player until you manage to win an auction. We understand that this method requires patience at times and may not work for every player, so if you’re not having any luck then change your focus to a new player at a similar value. This can be done with any item, so use your initiative and remember any profit is good during this phase!

My opening bid was deliberately low (£36mil) as I looked to test the water. Juve came back with £53mil and the negotiations continued. After another two rounds of offers and counter offers we in the end agreed on a £46.5mil fee which in the current market is pretty much bang on. So the lesson, don’t be scared off by huge price tags in FIFA 15, instead prepare yourself for a series of negotiations when you try to acquire the game’s biggest stars.

List a player on 3 list cycles before lowering his price, this gives the best chance of them selling. If selling a large number of one item i.e. 50 Silver Squad Fitness cards, list them all for one hour. If you are listing one or two expensive items i.e. Iniesta, I would tend to list him for 5k above the lowest Buy Now Price for 6 - 24 hours, depending on what I'm doing later or the next day. The reason for this is that players like Iniesta, or any expensive (60K+) player for that matter, can fluctuate by thousands of FIFA 15 Coins, Fifa 15 Ultimate Team Coins throughout the day and so there is a high chance that your card could become relatively cheap and sell.

I’d also be remiss if I didn’t mention my lingering complaint with FIFA: its subpar stat tracking. You get limited stats (goals, assists, clean sheets, cards) for your own team and the leagues it’s currently playing it. But that’s it. You can’t check stats from other leagues or look at individual players’ year on year contributions. It’s a persistent knock on the series for me, one that is made more curious by the fact that things like key passes and pass percentage are tracked after each individual season game. Those stats simply disappear into the ether after each game.
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