Like the majority of new FIFA games
Ultimate Team - FIFA's playable fantasy football mode, which is the virtual version to the European Super League - now lets you build an elite team thanks to a more accommodating approach to how the team chemistry works. Players of the same league or country don't need to be close to each the other in your preferred formation to increase your chemistry score also, and they're not forced to forget how to play football in the event that they don't share anything in common with their teammates.
Many will be happy with the added freedom this gives when shopping on the transfer market, but it's like a big element that made constructing an interesting and difficult team has been sucked out. Either way, FUT is still largely a pay-to-win racket that reflects all the bad aspects of football today. Oh, and the interface isn't as welcoming as the local Rangers pub to someone wearing an Celtic scarf.
Career mode has had an overhaul in appearance to bring it in line with the other modes however, it's playing largely like before. When taking control of players, there's now RPG-style rewards to be earned depending on your behavior both on and off the pitch in addition to the ability to inhabit the body of real-life coaches and players, rather than making your own from scratch.
What makes less sense is the ongoing efforts of career mode to let you play fewer football. EA has already introduced many training elements that just felt like admin and now you have the option to play highlights of games rather than the full 90 mins. In the case of a football match it's a bit confusing.
FIFA may not be the best choice to showcase the capabilities of your console, however there are some cool features that can help increase that feel of realism little more, whether it's how the goal nets ripple or the way that sliding tackles make the pitch cut up over 90 minutes.
EA is determined to promote the effects of its HyperMotion2 motion capture technology, which helps players' movements appear more real. This year, it's employed for women as well as the men. And while the physical differences might be less noticeable than they are when playing with males, it's yet another step towards making the female game seem less of being a mere inclusion.
There's still a ways to go. It's been added to the Women's Super League and France's Division 1 Feminine takes the number of teams to 41 but they're not able to play in every mode with career mode and FUT being the biggest omissions.
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