With the 2018/19 club season officially over, it’s that time of
the year where the latest edition of EA Sports’ FIFA starts its road to becoming redundant. It’s now that eyes start to drift towards the next installment of EA’s
legendary football franchise, as gamers begin to dream of what stunning summer
signings their club will make by the time FIFA 20 rolls around.
Barcelona fans are already drooling at adding Antoine Griezmann to
an unstoppable FIFA frontline that includes Messi, Suarez, Dembele, and
Coutinho, while Man Utd fans are sobbing into their cereal at having a midfield
of McTominay, Fred, and Longstaff.
Regardless of who you support, though, all eyes are on the
September 27th release date that’s been set for FIFA 20. And what will many
gamers do as soon as they load up the new FIFA? They’ll head straight to the
Ultimate Team mode and begin to amass a squad capable of dominating the online
ranks of FUT.
Of course, Ultimate Team is far from a flawless part of FIFA - for
years, there have been the same old problems with FUT – yet some of these
issues seem very much fixable should EA Sports actually want to improve
With that in mind, these suggestions would make FIFA Ultimate Team
are far, far more enjoyable and smoother gaming experience for all involved.