Fut 16 ps coins Forget Man United v Liverpool and Jose Mourinho v Arsene Wenger. Very soon, the biggest rivalry in football will be FIFA 16 v Pro Evolution Soccer 16.
With the release of the two games’ new editions fast approaching, competition between the two is starting to get tasty. In previous years, the fight between the two titles has been more Chelsea v Fulham than Newcastle v Sunderland-FIFA have been so far ahead, there hasn’t been much competition.
However, all the indications are that PES/Pro-Evo (make a choice, people!) has significantly closed the gap this time around.
We already know their gameplay looks massively improved-but now they’re nicking teams directly from FIFA.
Flamengo and Corinthians, two of Brazil’s biggest clubs, have announced that they will NOT be appearing in FIFA 16… and have agreed a deal with Pro-Evo instead.
Apparently, the offer made by EA Sports (creators of FIFA) was “very bad”, which is why they have instead signed up with Konami (creators of PES).
Granted, the presence/absence of two Brazilian sides might not be the deciding factor in which game you choose to buy. Fut 16 xbox coins
Fut 16 one coins EA is planning on giving their fans a taste of FIFA 16 next month, August 13 for PS4 users. The invitation to the Closed Beta will be sent to a few valued FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Player, based on the limited space.
In addition to the FIFA 16 Beta coming next month, reports of some big name clubs overall stats were leaked-including the likes of Real Madrid, Manchester United, Arsenal and Barcelona.
The fans who will be invited, will be randomly selected by EA Sports based on their Origin ID. The only sad thing about the Beta is that fans will only be able to play the mode which they were invited for such as Pro Clubs, Career Mode, and FIFA 16 Ultimate Team.
There has been other reports stating that EA Sports is now sending out random invitations to Xbox One players of FIFA 15. These random invitations will allow players to participate in FIFA 16 closed-beta that’s scheduled to kick off on 13 August as well.
In the Beta you will be able to see the major improvement made by EA Sports. Fut 16 xbox coins
Fut 16 ps coins It’s nearly August, so we all know what that means…that it’s nearly September, and we all know what that means. Yes, FIFA 16 is almost upon us (well, if you count 2 months as “almost”).
I’m sure you’re just as tired as me of playing with our bitterly disappointing squad. Like me you’re also probably tired of having to decide whether to play with Balotelli or not because he was terrible in real life, but for some reason is an absolute beast in FIFA 15.
Like with every new game, FIFA 16 brings about not just updated squads but also updated player ratings. Now, after a season like ours that might not necessarily be a good thing. But it’s exciting nonetheless.
As usual, last seasons ratings had us Reds screaming about injustice, with some players being criminally underrated. Let’s hope this season will be different.
Note: these are not official FIFA ratings, rather just my prediction on what our players should be rated.
We’ll start at the back with out Goalkeepers, including newboy Adam Bogdan. Fut 16 account
Fifa 16 ios coins With the transfer window a mere four days away and the start of next year’s Premier League season a little over two months away, we have hit the point where FIFA 15 may start to breed an unquenchable internal thirst for FIFA 16. Of course, EA Sports is a tricky bugger that does not release their FIFA-child until a month after the season commences, adding to the torture.
And so, with that in mind, we have to wonder how Arsenal’s players will be rated in the next installment of FIFA. There were many grumblings that Arsenal players were underrated in FIFA 15 and I am in partial agreement. Hector Bellerin was still kicking it at a 67 by the time the season ended and Francis Coquelin was at 75.
Those are two key players that rose to glory with Arsenal but the all-wise, all knowing FIFA overlords saw their contributions as puny. Fair enough. Lets hope the FIFA overlords are pleased with Arsenal for FIFA 16.
So let’s start the predictions, beginning at the back. Fifa 16 xbox coins
EA Sports have released their latest edition of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team of the Week and the headline news is undoubtedly the inclusion of an in-form Cristiano Ronaldo at 96, after the Real Madrid man hit five against Granada.
Over the past few months Ronaldo and Madrid have been coming under increased pressure from fans and the media but they responded in the perfect way on Sunday by thrashing Granda 9-1 as Ronaldo once again moved ahead of Lionel Messi in the race for the Pichichi.
Ronaldo is joined in the team by Manchester United star Ander Herrera after he scored twice during the club’s 3-1 win over Aston Villa.
The Spaniard produced two cultured finishes and overall another excellent performance as United continue their revival in recent months as they look to try and stay ahead of arch rivals defending champions Manchester City.
Everton fans will be thrilled to see Phil Jagielka make the team as a SIF after his winning goal and all round excellent display in the 1-0 win over Southampton.
Blaise Matuidi is rewarded for his goal and performance in PSG’s Classique victory with a SIF card of his own, up at 85.
Quaresma and Hulk lead the line along with Ronaldo whilst Jeremy Mathieu and Ricardo Rodriguez join Jagielka in the defence.
The team will be available from 6pm UK time and you can see the full team below.
Sometimes you just have to sit back and wonder how some of EA Sports’ employees deserve to make a living.
You also have to wonder if some of the developers at EA are football fans or have access to a television in their caves to see what actually goes on in the real-life version of their leading game.
Let’s start off by giving credit where credit is due. FIFA is almost untouchable in the football gaming stakes. Pro Evolution, as quirky as it once was, has severely dropped off since the release of the PlayStation 3 back in 2007. This lack of competition means us football fans, who enjoy a dabble on a console from time to time, have to accept the ratings EA awards as gospel even if we vehemently disagree with them.
FIFA’s dominance means they must have the cream of the crop working for them, right? Wrong. Every year the game has glitches and problems that, to a less than expert gamer even, look simple to eradicate. All this before the players’ ratings are taken into consideration.
Of course, a dodgy looking player rating isn’t entirely EA’s fault. A player can rope them in with a string of fine displays before going on the most barren of spells that leaves fans and pundits bewildered.
These players, that have often just secured a big move after becoming too ‘good’ for their old club, make chairman, managers, supporters and game developers look like morons. It’s a weird food-chain of unfulfilled promise.
Here are 10 players that need their ratings decreased when the January updates come into play.