FIFA 15 Coins will come out Sept. 23 in North America, Sept. 25 in Europe, and Sept. 26 in the UK. It will be on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, PS3, Xbox 360, and other platforms.Each and every year the excitement surrounding the release of a new FIFA game with all of its incredible new graphical flourishes and gameplay alterations – both revolutionary and subtle – is matched by the intrigue in the new set of player ratings, systematically ranking the best (and worst) players on the planet by the numbers.
Often fans of the footballing franchise will eagerly examine what ratings the guys over at EA Sports have given to all the top players long before they actually sit down and have an actual match. In a video, EA explains that the “tone of the game” will change based on the individuals. The game will have an “intelligence feature that connects all 22 players on the pitch [and] each player” has feelings or an attitude towards every other player, the narrator of the video says.However, not all of this can be blamed on the mechanics of the game, nor on the developers; in order to carry out these trouncing strategies, you need the right tools, and thanks to EA’s occasionally comical inability to power certain players correctly, players looking to exploit are handed easy opportunities. Be it the overwhelming pace that Walcott explodes with (rather than the injuries he explodes with in real life) or simply the fact that David Luiz is arguably the best defender on FIFA 14, there are certain outrageous game ratings that feed those in search of sweaty play.
The only thing slightly marring the anticipation and excitement surrounding the release of Cheap FIFA 15 Coins is the rumour that EA may not have included a Transfers Market. Well that rumour can now be put to rest. There is no need to worry as FIFA 15 will have a Transfer Market, even though some people believe it eats into EA’s profit lines.But rumours aside, FIFA 15 will continue to support player trades via a Transfer Market as confirmed by FIFA community manager Robb Hodson in an EASports forum post, saying there will be a web app as well.