Hello there, today I am happy to introduce you to the long awaited mobile version of FIFA – Fifa Football published and created by ELECTRONIC ARTS. And now let’s begin the review. It’s pretty safe to say by now that despite its status as the most popular console sports game franchise in the world, EA isn’t quite sure what to do with FIFA on mobile. The company has already tried making it a fairly straight port of its console cousin before switching gears to focusing strictly on Ultimate Team the last two years, a change that worked out okay. But apparently, that didn’t quite fit the bill, which is why we now have FIFA Mobile. In terms of both game design and the removal of the year from the title, it’s an attempt to do for soccer what Madden NFL Mobile did for football, which was to distill the sport down into bite-sized chunks and create an ongoing platform which would need only seasonal updates instead of brand new titles every year. The overall framework retains much of the same spirit as the Ultimate Team games, in the sense that you are looking to build the best possible soccer team from a wide selection of real-life players. Coins earned during gameplay can be spent on packs of cards for more players, and there’s an extensive system of tokens and trophies that allow you to chase after some of the very best the sport has to offer.
Fifa Football Gameplay and Review
And now let`s get to the review of the gameplay and etc. I am sure that there is a lot to talk about here. Once again the game pretty much revolves around getting the best team you can by collecting cards. But it’s not just players you’re grabbing now. There are card sets to complete that give you extra bonuses as well. It’s an interesting system, if a little convoluted, but it means if you want to lead your favourite team to footballing glory the old fashioned way you’re going to be very disappointed. In fact there’s a very real chance you’re not even going to play a real game of FIFA. The meat of the game is split into attacking events and daily training drills. Attacking events see you taking control of your team only when you’re in the opposition’s half. It’s sort of a weird asynchronous multiplayer thing where the other player does the same over two 45 minute periods. And sayint all this it is not easy for me to say that this game is not what we wexpect from the EA.
Good camera angle
This is defeniteyl not the FIFA that we all want. This is not the PS4 mobile version of FIFA