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The most significant upgrade for the new season of FIFA Mobile

mmocs | 07 January, 2019 03:33

FIFA Mobile has usually played second fiddle to its 'full-size' counterparts. That gap just closed a bit, however. EA has updated FIFA Mobile on Android and iOS for the new season, and it includes some much-needed improvements. There's a full gameplay engine revamp that promises more fluid animation as well as smarter, more realistic AI. You can also expect more authentic-looking star players and reworked menus. And yes, there are some significant gameplay changes.

The new season of FIFA Mobile has an all-new gameplay engine that brings a "dramatically overhauled" animation system and artificial intelligence (AI) controlled players who play much more intelligently and realistically on both sides over the previous version. There are also better-looking players with authentic faces of many of the global football stars. EA has also uplifted the animation fidelity. This is claimed to help deliver an experience "with more passion and fluidity than any other football game available on mobile devices".

Giving us a sneak peek at the new season of FIFA Mobile, EA outlined all of the exciting improvements and changes that are coming in November. Fans can look forward to an upgraded gameplay engine with improved AI and animations, more realistic graphics, the addition of Team Chemistry and more. Many of the new features were teased as part of FIFA Mobile‘s new season reveal trailer. Buy Cheap FIFA Mobile Coins from 5mmo.com gain a 3% discount by using the code “5MMO”.

The structure of the market in FIFA Mobile has also changed in that while users are still able to buy and sell items and bid against others for items, players are not buying and selling directly for each other – and the game acts as an intermediary on all transactions to make sure that a level playing field is achieved.

Taking a cue from EA’s Madden NFL Mobile, which received a similar update earlier this year, FIFA Mobile now features real-time PvP. With this new mode, you can now compete in authentic 11v11 soccer, head to head with other players around the world in real time. EA warns that you can only participate in this mode if you have a mobile device that meets the minimum spec requirement.

Electronic Arts has taken its greed to an entirely new level with the likes of FIFA Mobile. If anything, a game that wipes out almost the entirety of your progress every year, even if you've paid for a lot of it, is EA's wet dream. I bet the company would love to bring a system like this over to its AAA sports releases, not that those titles aren't already pushing a very anti-consumer design. I can sympathize that there are few quality soccer options out there thanks to greedy licensing agreements, but I have to wonder if FIFA Mobile is worth playing when such an abusive system is leveraged against the player base, all just to make a few more bucks.

 
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