FIFA 16: 16 Ways To Improve Ultimate Team Next Year

14. Try Before You Buy

When you're in a position to buy high-rated players on Ultimate Team, it can be a risk. If you've worked hard to save up your coins in the aim of picking up Luis Suarez and he turns out to be a bit rubbish, you've got to try and sell him, often at a loss. FIFA 16 should introduce a system of Try Before You Buy, similar to how the loan catalogue works in this year's game. You'd get a chance to use every player in the game once or twice - though crucially no more than that - to see how they perform. EA could restrict the option so you're only allowed one trial player per match as well, for those who'd fear facing a super team of legends every other game. It's fair and it'll allow for more experimentation in your squad.

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