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The world’s biggest football gaming franchise ‘FIFA’ arrives on iOS, Windows Phone and Android again today with the launch of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team. The game has been massively changed this year for mobile formats. It now focuses on the Ultimate Team mode as EA Sports found that 80% of users play just 2 modes. There is no normal career mode this time round.

The free-to-play game is now built around creating your team and becoming the #1 player in the world. You can ‘unlock’ new players for your hand-crafted team though playing games, earning you points. With those points, you can buy packs of players. As it’s free to play, you can also buy points/packs using in-app purchases.

Fifa 15 Ultimate Team Mobile Players

If you’re too busy to actually play the game using the on-screen and gesture based controls, you’ll find that FIFA 15 Ultimate Team also has a simulation mode where you manage teams and make substitutions, formation changes and more while the computer plays the game for you.

New this year:

New this year is the ability to play the ‘Matches of the Week’ where you can play this week’s biggest matches or choose one of 600 clubs and play their next game.

EA Sports FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Matches of the Week

FIFA 15 Ultimate Team features 83 licensed teams, 33 leagues, 34 real stadiums and more than 10,000 licensed players making it one of the most comprehensive sports games we’ve ever seen on mobile.

Game controllers:

If you’re worried about on-screen controls, EA has added support for these game controllers this year:

  • Steelseries Stratus (iOS)
  • Steelseries Stratus XL (iOS)
  • Steelseries Pro Mobile (Android)
  • Moga Ace Power (iOS)
  • Moga Pro Power (Android)
  • Moga Hero Power (Android)
  • Moga Pocket Controller (Android)
  • Logitech PowerShell (iOS)
  • Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R Mobile Gamepad (Android)
  • Mad Catz C.T.R.L.i Mobile Gamepad (iOS)

The game is out now and is free to download on iOS, Android and Windows Phone.

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Story source: EA Sports, Digital Spy. Image source: EA Sports

David McGinley

Irish Writer, Ad man and lover of tea, all things digital, gaming, coffee, photography, gadgets, writer @TheEffectDotNet. Views are my own.

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