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Significance of Setting New FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Price Ranges

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To help gamers understand player values, EA Sports sets new FIFA 15 Ultimate Team price ranges. Meanwhile, it hopes that the action can make high-rated players more attainable and ensure a level playing field to all FIFA 15 Ultimate Team gamers.

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When the new feature of the association football simulation video game is activated, all items in the FIFA 2015 Ultimate Team including players, in-forms, consumables, and club items, shall have a Price Range.

Apart from setting the highest and lowest coin prices that each item can be sold on the Transfer Market, the Price Range shall also restrict illegitimate coin transfers on the same market, notes EA Sports in the FIFA 15 website.

Developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts, FIFA 15 was released to the last gen and next gen gaming consoles and the PC on September 23, 2014. It is the first game in the FIFA video game series to be fully licensed by the Premier League.

EA Sports disclosed that while the Price Ranges for every FUT item will differ from the current prices, their relative value to other player items on the Transfer Market will remain consistent to ensure a level playing field for gamers.

The developer also said that all Price Ranges will be universal across all gaming platforms. Once a player puts an item on the Transfer Market, the range at which it can be sold will appear. This price range will be set by the FIFA team based on trends of previous Transfer Market prices.

Open bid transfers shall become unavailable after Price Ranges have been activated. So if a player wants to list an item on the Transfer Market, he has to set a ‘Buy It Now’ price within the Price Range.

The Price Ranges for each FUT item will be set wide enough for gamers. The feature for certain players may also be adjusted in the future as EA continues to improve it. Meanwhile, new ‘in-form’ FUT player items will receive a Price Range upon its release.

While EA Sports see that there will be some period of adjustments among fans and gamers on how the Transfer Market and Price Ranges will take effect and impact the game, the developer sees long-term benefit on the change as it will make the video game more fun and fair for everyone.

Although the fact that it is convinced that the balanced benefits of the Price Ranges feature will be more appreciated in the long run, the developer is open to accepting proposals from fans and gamers. EA Sports said, the Transfer Market will remain inaccessible from the web and companion apps, while the Price Ranges changes are being effected.

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What Do You Think of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team’s new transfer system

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EA launched IncGamers vote about FIFA 15 Ultimate Team’s new transfer system, after it had changed the price range. What is this feeling … this rush of power?

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Anyway, FIFA 15. Specifically, FIFA 15’s Ultimate Team mode. EA managed to whip up quite frenzy of anger earlier this week when they introduced changes to how the transfer system works in that mode of player. Previously, players could be listed at any price. Now, there are minimum and maximum price caps for all players and items (contracts, and so on.)

This week, the IncGamers Poll is going to canvas opinion on these dramatic changes. From laissez-faire to a fully regulated virtual economy; what does this mean for the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team transfer market?

So, the question is pretty straightforward: “What do you think of EA’s changes to the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team transfer system?” Your options range from “They’re terrible” to “I don’t really care.”

As usual, the poll will close in roughly one week’s time and the results will be put up in a news item. Of course, you could write the polls as well, and nobody can stop you doing this to convey your views about new transfer system.

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The Views for New Fifa 15 Ultimate Team Update

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Popularity of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team should not be underestimated, it has been one of the most popular Android games on the market, so don’t be surprised when you hear some information about it in the news. A new update of FIFA 15 UT has been released, and it solves some main questions while adding transfers, but some users have refected that the update exist some flaws, so it’s not perfect.

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This game has had its fair share of updates in the past, but they seemed to do more harm than good. Many users have reported various issues with the game, mostly involving the mandatory Facebook authorization. Users reported all sorts of things from freezes and crashes to motorization bugs. FIFA 15 UT devs have since responded to those reports and attempted to fix them by rolling out various updates. The current version is 1.3.1 and besides a team rosters update that brings players like Juan Cuadrado from Fiorentina to Chelsea, it also adds performance enhancements to the mix, along with various bug fixes. Transfers are finally here, and this is a feature that’s been demanded for a long time now. Still, bugs are being reported by a lot of users on both the iOS platform as well as Android.

One of said problem is apparently a glitch that brings users back to the homepage. This may be another authorization issue or a networking issue, but it’s a very common bug right now. A lot of users are also reporting a bug that prevents the game from connecting to the EA servers. One player, for instance, says that he hasn’t been able to play once since he updated the game. You can see how this could be a problem for most players, especially considering that this buggy state of affairs has been going on for a long time.

For some of the matters reflected in the above, we hope that developers will take some action, and continue to launch a big update to address these issues. Have you updated to 1.3.1 yet? If so, how do you think the new version of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team? So far encountered any problems? Let us share your views by leaving a comment.

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FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Price Ranges Be Altered

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It’s been a lot of days since Price Ranges hit the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team transfer market, and although we were aware of this change is very great, which perhaps results in surpassing EA’s theories around what might happen to FIFA 15 Ultimate Team.

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EA could get rid of minimum Price Ranges, even at the time of writing it’s only been 72 hours since Price Ranges went live so it’s still very early days for something of this magnitude to settle. There are no doubt lots of people holding on to players right now too, watching and waiting to see where this lands. That’s understandable, (they don’t want to make a loss) but it isn’t helping overall. When an economy is slow, the best way to drive growth is for the people to spend, and they’re not, which is why the market seems so barren.

Of course, we need minimum Price Ranges, because the autobuyers which used to hoover up incorrectly listed players for ridiculously low prices. You’d think no one would ever list Messi for 40K buy now, but trust us, we’ve seen it. The scripts the autobuyers run are faster than any human could react meaning they’ll always grab their man rather than you getting lucky. Minimum prices stop that quick profiteering, which ultimately swells the coin sellers stock.

The issue seems to be minimum ranges which are simply set too high. Daniel Sturridge for example has a range of 20-30K. Now I don’t know anyone in their right mind, who at this stage of the FUT season is going to do 20K down Sturridge. No way. So EA need to extract the data around non-selling items quickly and drop the minimum price bands. If Sturridge was say 10-30K I probably wouldn’t be writing this. Some of the ranges are just too small, it’s that simple.

But as you can see minimum prices do have the potential to work, but there needs to be more variance in them for them to work properly. We discussed this in our last piece describing the 150-5000 lowest tier as “ok on paper”. Which it is, because there’s loads of room for manoeuvre there, especially when compared to our example Sturridge range. That variance in the lower range is potentially the recipe for success globally for Price Ranges, so hopefully EA can take those learnings and apply elsewhere. It’s important to remember too, that higher min ranges were only put in to protect our existing investments, the perhaps unforeseen knock on effect, is that now we can’t sell them at all.

EA have internally decided rightly or wrongly that Price Ranges are the way to fix the market, and now they have to stick to their guns because backing it out now wouldn’t achieve anything. That doesn’t mean Price Ranges will stay in their current format forever, but 72 hours in is certainly not the time to hit the panic button. EA must continue to adjust ranges where needed (perhaps faster) and slowly market confidence should start to rebuild as a result and coins should free-up for everyone. This is all an assumption at this stage I’d like to add, but it’s probably a fair one to make.

Where the problems will start however, is if nothing has changed over the next few weeks. EA have no doubt put Price Ranges in with the best intentions, but it’s also their responsibility to keep the service they run, available, fun and interesting for their paying community.

Although it isn’t easy right now for people who’ve maybe lost coins, players, time and effort, the impact coin selling has had on FUT has more than likely inflated player prices by up to 20 times the value that even EA think they’re worth. So, it must be tackled, and it may just be the pre-dawn darkness.

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FIFA 15 Transfer Market More Fair by Price Restrictions

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EA introduced a new program that establishes a price range for the highest and lowest coin prices for FIFA 15 Ultimate Team, and in the scope of the class, various items can be sold on the Transfer Market. It wants to make transfer market more fair by FIFA 15 Ultimate Team gets price ranges.

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According to the official EA Sports webpage, many people think the new program can help limit “illegitimate coin transfers,” as well as help FUT player understand more market information. Besides, the new program be expected to help FUT gamers understand the value of the players in their Club, and make high-rated players more attainable for all FUT gamers.
EA has announced that “All Price Ranges will be universal across PC, PlayStation and Xbox,” and that the transfer market will carry on being inaccessible on the web or on mobile devices. It’s obvious that EA wants to through this new program further restrict illegitimate coin transfers on the Transfer Market to ensure a level playing field. So, what do you think about the new program?

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Who Is Winner? EA Or Fifa Ultimate Team?

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FIFA 15 fans feel angry when they noticed that the price tiers for every item in the game instead of popular Ultimate Team open auction system. And they are up in arms to resist this change.

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There is trouble on the virtual terraces of the best-selling Fifa video game series. Fans have reacted with fury to changes announced by developer EA Sports, which will radically alter the game’s popular Ultimate Team feature.

For many, the eBay-style open-auction transfer market that underpinned the mode’s gameplay – which involves building a “deck” of player trading cards into a fantasy team – was one of its biggest pulls. Bagging an in-form player at a bargain price, usually by purchasing their card at 2am when fewer participants are online, led to moments of punch-the-air euphoria. With some Harry-Redknapp-style wheeler and dealing the purchase could be immediately flipped back onto the market with a higher starting price – a much faster way of acquiring in-game currency than actually playing matches. And the faster you made coins, the quicker the world’s best players could be secured for your fantasy line-up.

However, fans has stated that they will give up this mode, after EA removed entirely open auctions. Now, the price of every item in the game must be set within a pre-determined, and be available in “Buy It Now” format. Besides, EA price range be defined in advance. As long as they’re within EA’s pre-defined price range, it is still possible to offer cards up for auction.

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Major Change Coming to FIFA15 Ultimate Team

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EA Sports, video game developer, is declaring that it prepares to close down the transfer market featured in FIFA 15. It’s stated that it makes the Ultimate Team mode game maintenance becoming more long, and it will affect all those wanting to play and will involve the deployment of a major change for it.6

The official Twitter account of the series says that at 5 PM Greenwich Mean Time gamers will no longer be able to trade players and that one hour and a half after that the actual downtime for Ultimate Team will start, which is at the moment projected to run for 3 hours.

The developers are not offering any kind of information on the big change they are planning to make, and it seems that the community also has no idea about how the experience associated with the mode might be tweaked.

More information on both the maintenance and the coming modifications for Ultimate Team in FIFA 15 will be offered on the official social channels associated with EA Sports.

It would have been nice for the company to give the community the data it needs so that it can evaluate its impact while the maintenance is being performed.

A patch for FIFA 15 is also set to be deployed today on the PC, the Xbox One from Microsoft, the PlayStation 4 from Sony and last-gen consoles.
FIFA 15 has become a big ecosystem,FIFA 15 has been a very solid release for Electronic Arts and the developers working on it are continuing to deliver Team of the Week updates on Wednesdays, while also offering additional content to keep the fans engaged.

The fact that a new title update is being implemented is a surprise because the studio has long suggested that it is not planning to introduce a new one, as more resources are being shifted to the new entry in the series.

There are no information that FIFA 16 is already in the works has been offered so far. It’s to said that information will be released in May and a further look about changes that a new plan about EA Sport will be put out during the E3 2015 event in June.

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The Fourth Champion Update for FIFA 15

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Hello, every FIFA fans.

I am so happy to tell you that the fourth champion update today for FIFA 15 will be available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. As you know, this new update will bring new FIFA 15 content, besides, it addresses certain matter that our FIFA community has defined.

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- Added the MLS expansion teams Orlando City and New York City FC to the “Rest of the World” league for Kick-Off and Online Matches.
- Fixed stability issue around requesting a substitution in Player Career.
- Stability improvements to EASFC Match Day Challenges, Pro Clubs, and Online Seasons.
- Addressed issue where some players were not able to unlock certain boot packs for their Virtual Pro.
- Names of scouted players in Career Mode are now more reflective of their country of origin.
- Improved ‘Compare Price’ functionality in FIFA Ultimate Team when comparing prices for consumables.
- Stability improvements to Friendly Seasons in FIFA Ultimate Team Seasons.

In addition, there will be a maintenance period this evening,which we prepare for an significant change coming to FIFA Ultimate Team. Do you feel exciting to this news? Ok, we’ll keep on providing information on maintenance timing on Facebook and Twitter.

Yours,
The FIFA Team

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COME ON! LET’S WIN THE FIFA 15 DUEL

Dani Alves, Munir, Messi and Neymar versus Piqué, Rakitic, Jordi Alba and Bartra. This was the matchup for the new FIFA15. EASports brought eight Bar?a players together a few days ago to take part in a four-on-four match that was fun and entertaining, as well as highly competitive.

The eight players went to La Masia to test out the game, with some players taking it more seriously than others. Piqué, Rakitic, Alba and Bartra dominated the first half, going up by 3-0. It looked all but over. But the Alves, Munir, Messi and Neymar team staged a comeback, based largely on the skill of Messi and Neymar, to even the score.

The duel went to overtime. Tension gave way to elation as Alves, Munir, Messi and Neymar completed the comeback to take the clash from Piqué, Rakitic, Alba and Bartra. The players then received a small FIFA 15 Coins for taking part and had their pictures taken with the EA Sports trophy.

So all of us like fifa 15 game so much! You can come to http://www.utfifa15coins.com online for more fifa15 details!

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Abou Diaby Ready to Leave Arsenal this Summer

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has hinted that midfielder Abou Diaby will not be offered a new contract this summer. Buy Fifa 15 Coins Service on UTfifa15coins.

The 28-year-old’s current deal expires at the end of the season – and Wenger, according to The Sun, admits he cannot justify handing a new deal to the player.

Diaby has made one first-team appearance all season – the same number of games he played for the Gunners last term – and Wenger is now prepared to let the former France international leave the Emirates Stadium.

WENGER DROPS HINT OVER DIABY’S FUTURE

Speaking after Wednesday night’s 2-0 win over Queens Park Rangers, the Arsenal boss said: “The only thing I can say about Diaby is that he progresses well in training. He goes step by step but is not yet in a position to play.

“I will have to talk to him soon about his contract. I plan to do that this month.”

FORTY INJURIES IN NINE YEARS

Diaby has reportedly suffered more than 40 injuries since joining the Gunners in a £2 million deal from Auxerre in January 2006, and Wenger has finally given up hope of ever getting the Frenchman back to full fitness.

Subsequently, the Arsenal manager will now concentrate on recruiting a new holding midfielder to replace Diaby, even though Francis Coquelin was handed a new three-year contract last month following his impressive recent form.

Furthermore, Wenger is understood to have doubts over the long-term durability of both Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Flamini, who will reportedly be offloaded for a cut-price fee this summer.

BID FOR MORGAN SCHNEIDERLIN PLANNED

The Gunners hope to raise money to fund a £20 million bid for Southampton’s France international Morgan Schneiderlin.

Wenger, however, is happy for club captain Arteta to stay at the the Emirates Stadium – despite interest from Real Sociedad boss David Moyes – because he sets a good example to the club’s youngsters.

TIME FOR DIABY TO RETIRE

While Diaby has, at times, been a useful player for Arsenal over the years there’s no doubt Wenger is making the right decision.

The central midfielder, who was once tipped to become the new Patrick Vieira, has made just 15 Premier League appearances since the end of the 2010-11 season.

There are few things sadder in football than wasted talent, but Diaby’s injury problems are down to no fault of his own.

And unfortunately he will have a struggle finding a new club willing to pay his wages as a result of his dreadful injury record.

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