This week’s new list of players for the Ultimate Team mode in FIFA 15 is allowing gamers interested in the experience to get access to superstars like Wayne Rooney, Philippe Philippe Coutinho and Franck Ribéry, who have managed to impress for their clubs over the previous seven days.You can get them by make Coins in FIFA 15 or buy FIFA 15 Coins. You can play against them on the ‘Team of the Week Challenge’ section within FIFA 15 Ultimate Team on your console. And If you get more powerful players by buy FIFA 15 Coins, you can easily to beat them.
This week, the EA Sports team that surveys competitions seems to have changed the tactical system, although the official app has not yet been updated.
The attack line of the Team of the Week package includes both Rooney and Dost, who have scored crucial goals for their teams.
In the four-man midfield, the development team at EA Sports is offering Coutinho, Tello, Ribery and Piatti.
The four-man defense is made up of Hummels, Toulalan, Glik and Gouweleeuy.
The goalkeeper, who in FIFA 15 can often make the difference between victory and defeat, is Sergio Asen from Athletico.
The Team of the Week package for Ultimate Team in FIFA 15 also introduces seven substitutes that will probably be traded as soon as possible to fund the acquisition of even more capable players.
FIFA 15 relies on Ultimate Team in the long term
FIFA 15 is already an old title by industry standards and the development team at EA Sports needs to deliver special events in order to make sure that players remain engaged with the title in the long term.
The Team of the Week deliveries are important for all those actively re-shaping their teams and working on improving their positions in the online leagues, but the studio is also delivering a range of other content, including videos focused on bands and celebrities and Legends players, like the recent introduction of Booby Moore.
With all the winter transfers and a solid chunk of skill changes implemented to FIFA 15, it is unlikely that another big patch will be delivered, although the developers still have to deal with some issues linked to Ultimate Team and stuck transfers.
FIFA 16 is already in development, although no official announcement has been made by Electronic Arts, and information about the changes in mechanics for all the modes will probably be offered at some point in May, with a fuller look expected during the E3 2015 event.