FIFA 15 has been 6 years old, and EA Sports hands out a series of activities to celebrate sixth birthday. As the most popular game of football simulation, FIFA 15 fixes its eyes on game’s fairness. EA Sports stated that FIFA 15 Coins will never be sold to the public.
The company has already explained that it has chosen to introduce Price Range as a mechanic and to eliminate the transfer market from both the web and the mobile companion app in order to improve fairness and to eliminate the advantage that cheaters and coin farmers had over the rest of the player community.
EA Sports wants to also ensure all gamers that it has no plans to sell coins for Ultimate Team directly to players at the moment or at any point in the future.
The developer adds, “we believe the game benefits when the playing field is level for all and progress is achieved through playing matches, squad building, Transfer Market trading and making decisions with pack items.”
FIFA 15 Ultimate Team is getting regular content updates at the moment and there are plans to tweak the value of the Price Range mechanics for the most important players almost weekly, with different values on each platform based on the evolution of the market.
There are also no plans to increase the amount of coins offered for one match because that would lead to even more imbalances for the mode and would make it harder for players to get access to the most important players in Ultimate Team.
But EA Spots does suggest that there are promotions and other events, like custom made tournaments, that it will use in the near future to try and give honest players access to more money that they can use to improve their teams.
There are also plans to re-enable the transfer market for the web and the mobile companion app for Ultimate Team in order to make it easier for players to trade.
However, there is no any explicit replies about whether they will change the version of the football sim or add more improvements.