July 07, 2016

Reviews about FIFA Ultimate Team Glitch

FIFA publisher and creator EA Sports has acknowledged the problems with chemistry and fitness in some FIFA Ultimate Team players, and is working on a forthcoming patch to hopefully clear it up once and for all.

While it's good to see it's getting patched at least, this has been something people have been complaining about/accusing EA of for year's. The special edition players or "in-forms" as they are called, have long been the subject of debate and countless YT video's with people claiming that the in-form players feel slugish and make a lot of error's etc. when compared to their normal version cards. By the way, u4fifa.com, the best in-game service provider, offer the fifa 17 coins for sale. You buy cheapest fifa 17 coins safely and enjoying our fastest delivery at u4fifa.com!

Even personally as someone who has only ever had low rated teams I can barely count the amount of time I came up against friends or other random players who had full teams of in-form players, only for me to destroy them with my humble team and I dont feel like my skill as a player was a factor most of the time, it would often just feel like I was getting a better bounce of the ball so to speak. Anyway what I'm getting at with all this is, and I don't want to sound like a conspiracy therorist here but I really hope that this was a glitch and not a "glitch" that was there on purpose to keep people buying packs in hopes of getting even better players.

Given how crappy this model has shown itself to be over the past few years, with Ultimate Team basically reaching a point where you almost have to spend money to have any sort of half decent team and proving itself to be one of, if not the worst model of a free to play game inside an already full priced title, I'm afraid I wouldn't be that surprised if that sadly was the case.

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