FIFA 14 is nearly upon us and EA have released more information on it’s most popular mode, Ultimate Team. So whilst we are still in pre season lets see if these new additions can keep the team at EA challenging at the top of the table, or will it have to settle for a Europa league spot?
Deeper chemistry system: In FIFA 14, you can customize your squad to play any style of football with all-new FUT Chemistry Styles. FUT Chemistry Styles and Loyalty will make each player and every team unique. These aspects replace player formation and morale in the mode.
There are a variety of different FUT Chemistry Styles for goalkeepers, defenders, midfielders and forwards. Every Chemistry Style affects different player attributes, which makes each individual play styles stand out within the game.Much like in the real world of football, the choices you make will influence your team’s performance. The goal is to create the ideal chemistry within your squad, which will enable your team to reach its true potential.For example, if you want to increase your striker’s scoring ability, you may choose to apply an Attacking Chemistry Style to boost their attacking attributes.
Online Single Matches: The community’s most sought-after feature returns in FIFA 14. Players will be able to test their talents in single game matches online against rivals.
Expanded Seasons Mode: Compete online or offline in Seasons Mode, featuring 10 divisions with promotion, relegation and coveted titles. The new historic Seasons stats will track your results, and you can earn rewards such as coins, items, and players along the way.
New Transfer Market search & compare options: A new streamlined, user-friendly search interface enables you to seek out players by name on the Transfer Market and compare them to your roster.
Player Loyalty: Players found in packs automatically start with a loyalty Chemistry boost, but those acquired in the Transfer Market do not.These players need to play 10 matches before they unlock loyalty.
As well as what has been outlined here, FIFA 14 on Xbox 360 and PS3 will allow you a one time transfer of your FUT trophies, players, coins and seasons to the Xbox One or PS4 which is great for anyone updating later this year. We also now know who will grace the UK cover of the game and surprise, surprise it’s Gareth Bale. Though will he still be a Spurs player by launch day?
FIFA 14 hits Xbox 360, PS3 and PC on September 27th with next gen to launch later this year.