A series of updates for “FIFA” that have been getting some mixed reception from players, namely the “Price Range” update series, which can help gamers save some fifa world coins when buying a player in Transfer Market. According to EA though, it’s all for the players’ benefit in the end, and the system is supposed to make the game a more interesting, unique experience, and closer to the real world in certain ways.
The company further stated that these adjustments are not final, and they will continue to release Price Range updates as they see fit, in order to make the market as balanced as possible while new items are being introduced. In addition, the company apparently wants to make sure that players can get adjusted to new changes as quickly as possible, though it’s not clear what they’re doing in this regard.
According to the company, there are several goals that they’re trying to accomplish with these updates. First, they want to help gamers understand the actual value of players they have in their clubs; second, high-valued footballers shouldn’t be so hard to obtain for some players, and the Price Range updates are aimed at making the playing field more balanced as a whole.
Last but not least, the company wants to limit illegitimate transfers of coins on the Transfer Market as much as possible, and these updates have been working in this direction specifically. Of course, in the end, there’s not that much the company can do to prevent players from making illicit trades, but they have certainly been putting a lot of effort and it’s clear that they are trying.
Meanwhile, EA also brought down the Team Transfer Market for a brief maintenance, as they wanted to fix issues with items getting stuck. Players have been complaining about that for some time now, and it’s good to see the company addressing the issue so quickly. The downtime didn’t last too long – they only needed about 6 hours to get their maintenance done – and while it was mostly focused on the Xbox platforms, there are reports that the PS3, PS4 and PC versions are going to get similar treatment soon.