In an effort to spice up the real world Premier League transfer deadline day, EA Sports’ FIFA 15 Coins PS3 and other twitter account has teased some TOTY loan players for Ultimate Team. It’s also giving some away in a ‘retweeting’ promotion.
Here’s the initial tweet about the Team of the Year loan possibilities:
When asked when these players would be available as loan options, the twitter account just directed people to the general FIFA 15 Ultimate Team news and updates page. That rather implies that they’ll be coming as a general option for all players in a future update (perhaps the one which will add the currently ongoing deadline day deals.)
However, the same twitter account is also running 50 match loan ‘giveaways’ on the four players shown in the image above. They’re encouraging people to retweet in order to win loan versions of Kroos, Robben, Messi and Ronaldo. Given the number of retweets already, though, the chances of winning don’t seem particularly high. Ronaldo’s already has close to 12,000 and (at the time of writing) it’s been up for less than a minute.
Hopefully this giveaway promotion isn’t the only way people will be able to get hold of these players as FIFA 15 Ultimate Team loan options.
Barcelona go into the game against Villarreal on Sunday on the back of another epic win over Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid.
If anyone continued to doubt the credentials of the Blaugrana, then the performance at the Vicente Calderon should finally have convinced the doom-mongers that Luis Enrique and co mean business.
The Yellow Submarine will present just as difficult an opponent and on the back of a 16-game unbeaten run themselves, will ensure Barca face another rigorous examination.
Let’s take a look at three things that will shape the outcome to this game…
It might surprise many to note that despite Villarreal’s continued excellence in the top flight, the last time that the visitors walked away with three points from this fixture, home or away, was back in 2008. It’s not for the want of trying certainly. Marcelino’s side can boast some magnificent exponents throughout the team and in brothers Giovani and Jonathan Dos Santos, Villarreal have two ex-Blaugrana going back to where it all began for them.
With a potential Copa del Rey semi final immediately following this game, the visitors will be keen to make a statement of intent.
MESSI, NEYMAR, SUAREZ
Is there a better trio in world football at present? Even Madrid’s own attacking triumvirate can’t hold a candle to Barca’s front three at the moment. Neymar once again showed the progress he has made in 12 months producing a man-of-the-match performance against a tough Atletico Madrid side. Luis Suarez might not be amongst the goals, but there is no doubting his commitment to the cause and the Uruguayan has been working his socks off for the good of the team. Lionel Messi continues to astound. 8 goals and 5 assists already in 2015 is way better than any other player in the top 5 European leagues.
On current form, they will take some stopping.
DENIS CHERYSHEV ON FIRE
Real Madrid could have a say in the title race without kicking a ball in anger. Denis Cheryshev is on loan at El Madrigal from Real’s Castilla side and so good has his form been that Carlo Ancelotti has already indicated that he will recall him at the end of his season-long loan.The young Russian’s form has been nothing short of sensational and if Dani Alves isn’t on his guard then Cheryshev will get in behind at every opportunity.
Power, pace and an eye for goal mark the player out as the one to watch. Will he give his parent club a helping hand?
Fans of FIFA are chomping at the bit as the January transfer window comes to a close and the January update release date edges closer.
As the window grows older more transfers are made between clubs, and a FIFA fan’s game becomes more and more out of date. This is an obvious frustration that leaves millions tearing their hair out as they frantically edit their game’s squads, trying to keep up.
This makes the day that FIFA releases the January update all the more special. It’s bigger than Christmas, really.
However, this year, EA Sports has taken the unprecedented step of releasing a number of high profile transfers early to appease the undoubted high number of disgruntled gamers all over the world.
This newest update, released on January 29, is the fourth update we’ve had already, and we’re not even in February yet! This is more like it, FIFA.
The biggest moves that have been updated so far include: Wilfried Bony, Fernando Torres, Christian Rodriguez, Jermain Defoe, Xherdan Shaqiri, Rasmus Elm and Florent Malouda.
Normally, and very frustratingly, we are forced to wait for up to a week after Big Ben strikes 12:00am on January 31 for the update to be released.
The winter window is a tad skewiff all over Europe this year as every major league’s transfer period ends at different times. This made the release date of the update very much uncertain.
Many expected it to arrive on February 7 but EA has already quashed those rumours by releasing these world stars early. And making your preparation with enough FIFA 15 coins at the cheapest and fastest store fifacoinsfut.org
Time flies, it is the end day of January 2015. On this month, EA had made its great progress in FIFA 15, updated 3 batchs of version as we all known. However,due to some players would not make all clearly on their minds, here is a video given to sum up the important points of changes.
Watch it cafefuily and share your opinions.
After you have watched it, any good ideas on your mind? What’s more, news cames that the four batch will be released in the coming days. Are you ready to meet the happr days with enough FIFA 15 coins? If not, you can visit fifacoinsfut.org to buy the cheapest and fastest coins with best service.
Offline game modes are a dying breed in terms of hugely popular FIFA 15 Coins PS3, PS4 and IOS etc as well as that was made clear by EA Sports with this year’s disappointing instalment of Career Mode.
Even through looking at other sports games from past and present, there are many avenues that EA Sports could take to improve the offline, some of which could be taken from these games which made them so great in simulating the lives of a sports team, player or manager. And so we’ve highlighted three games in particular that we felt stood out in making the offline experience a memorable one, and not a repetitive and bland B-side mode that we were met with last September.
Football Manager is the ultimate managerial simulation hands down, thanks to all the time and effort is put in by the developers to make this game as close to the real life experience that one would go through as head coach of a professional football team.
The NBA 2K games are ones which succeed both online and offline, and in particular the MyCareer and MyPlayer game modes are examples of immersing the player and making them feel part of the experience.
PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 6
For a game released in 2006, it had so many impressive features in its own offline manager / tournament mode which I took for granted at the time. Examples of this would be the player’s ability to completely customise different teams’ kits (due to teams being unlicensed) and a respectable create-a-player screen that let you create teams from scratch.
I truly hope FIFA 16 will be special, especially when thinking about the never-ending possibilities and the potential of the franchise as a whole.
January has been a monumental month for EA Sports FIFA 15 Ultimate Team.
Accompanied by the monumental 2014 TOTY, we have received the fourth batch of winter transfers. January upgrades are due at the end of the weekend when the English transfer window closes.
The recent releases have come as a huge surprise to gamers all cross the world, as transfers tend to come at the end of the transfer window.
The first transfer update was released on January 20th.
The second a day later.
The third batch was released on the 23rd and it has only built our anticipation for the winter upgrades.
Real world transfers completed so far have been included in FUT 15. This means that you will find Samuel Eto, Fernando Torres and Shaqiri at Sampdoria, Atletico Madrid and Inter Milan respectively. It seems EA are constantly updating the rosters to avoid overloading the servers this month end. EA confirmed the transfers on their website and have made a Google document showing all the transfers currently made thus far.
Since a manager is as only as good as his signings, if he has no transfer budget to make any, it’s unlikely he’s going to be particularly successful with the just the previous manager’s favorites at his disposal. Particularly if those same players got the predecessor sacked.
But even with no money, when taking over a new club, a manager needs to put his own stamp on things, and there is good news for FIFA managers looking to do just that without the luxury of playing with a moneybags side where embarrassingly expensive signings are an inevitability.
The sacred Bosman ruling has changed the game of football for the sneakier, allowing players to talk to other clubs and engineer transfers without a fee six months before the deal at their current club expires. So with that in mind, it’s worthwhile looking through the list of players who are in the last year of their deals at the start of career mode. All are talented, and all should be considered genuinely good contenders to offer pre-contracts to in the January 2015 transfer window. And bear in mind, don’t go blowing all of your wage budget when you could have any of these lads a few months down the line.
So if you’re taking over a cash-strapped club or merely love a bargain these are the 20 best players you can pick up for absolutely nothing from the first January in your new game.
No matter how well you play in the defense or in the middle of the pitch, without goals the most you can hope for is a draw match.
This tutorial is aimed at helping gamers to improve their finishing. Most gamers when giving a chance at goal, they either they over hit it, under-hit or choose the wrong type of shot. The video below demonstrates the specific shot per situation and also identifies the right amount power needed for the shot.
In addition to learning these shots, you will need to understand and analyze your team to see each players abilities. Some important attributes to take note of when trying to find a player that is a good goal scorer:
Long Shot :
This shows how well a player can shoot from behind the 18 yard box.
This shows how curve a player can put on the ball (the higher the curve stats the better that player is at finest shot).
For players with good finishing they tend to find the back of the net easier than others when in the 18 yard box.
This shows how well a player can hit a shot when the ball is in the air.
Shot Power :
Identifies how hard a player can shoot a ball.
Improving your finishing will help you to be victories on the pitch and actually drive some fear in your opponent in season matches.
Make no mistake this is an outrageously quick team and with sunny conditions and a slick pitch you are going to unleash chaos upon your opponent’s back line. Pace is arguably the most important attribute within the game and there are few better sight than watching a perfectly orchestrated counter-attack with three or four players swarming up the pitch. The only criteria for this team is that they must be a regular within the first team squad and have a gold rating.
It’s astonishing that Arjen Robben is showing no signs of slowing down but the Dutchman is still considered to be one of the finest wide players in the world and he is enjoying the best form of his life under Pep Guardiola. His pace stat is at a staggering 93 and with his close control and shooting ability he is one of the most enjoyable players to use within the game. To get you in the mood here are some clips of Robben at his very best.