FIFA 15 UT
Some of what you know from FIFA 14 may still apply, but you’re best reading over some of the more technical stuff as EA has made some considerable changes to the gameplay in FIFA 15.
Stick with us and in no time you’ll be knocking in goals like Ronaldo, making tackles like Ramos, and managing your Ultimate Team like Mourinho. Go it alone and you might be on the end of some humiliating defeats at the hands of your mates, and you really don’t want to go through that pain.
After we done an under 10K and it got some good feedback, we thought we’d do an Under 20K overpowered BPL (Barclays Premier League) squad builder on FIFA 15 Ultimate Team. This is the most sweatiest, OP team that will win you no-end of matches and you’ll be able to win the online tournament and get promotion after promotion in
1) The Chemistry cheat
Chemistry will carry over from one player to the other when that player is switched out for a substitute. Send in players with perfect chemistry to start the match, and then when the chemistry is locked in, swap out all of the bad players and replace them with the star players. The perfect chemistry will still be there left over from the starters.
2) Choose a lower difficulty level and a short time to earn the most coins.
There is a difficulty modifier on your total coins, but the extra bonus coins from doing actions such as shooting goals, time of possession, complete passes and whatnot, makes all of the difference here. There is no time limit modifier so you can mess with the time of each half and you will end up winning the same amount of coins per match as you would with a long game.
3) How to get FIFA Points
Look for events later on in the game that will earn you FIFA points. Right now, there is absolutely no way to earn them in the game, aside from only to buy them with your own real life money. Don’t worry about them though, as you really do not need them for anything that you can’t use coins for.
4) Play against the Team of the Week for a deceptively easy win.
Yes, this is much easier than you would imagine because the Team of the Week is almost the only computer controlled team that you will fight against which has less than perfect chemistry. Since it’s an agglomeration of the best players in the league, without a thought to chemistry, they could all be very poorly matched with each other.
5) Look to the underrated and underappreciated leagues for great deals.
Stay away from the English Premier League if you want great players for low prices. Look for players from other leagues that EA has underappreciated, such as Bundesliga, or leagues that are not in Europe and/or are in countries that you might not expect. Maybe try looking in leagues from Mexico, Africa or the Middle East or other South American nations.
6) Look for the rarest cards in the transfer store as well.
This includes team of the week cards, rare (shiny) versions of gold, silver or bronze cards, players for the world cup hero teams, or even the ever elusive special players and (if they ever end up getting added into the game) the legends players. Search by the same metrics here and you will find them
7) Use the transfer market as your best shot at building a gold team with perfect chemistry.
Know who you want to look for and know their background – what nationality, what league and what team they play for (what team is the most important). Start searching by any metric you can in the transfer store (nationality, team, position etc, everything but team) and load up. Then go and find the right staff such as coaches, who match by the same metric as well.
8) Plan ahead to make a huge profit in the transfer market.
St. Patricks Day is the time when everyone wants an Irish player, and everyone will be willing to pay a premium, so start some months before St. Pat’s Day. Start loading up on Irish players, and then when the frenzy begins, start unloading them onto the auction market and watch how much of a price premium that they command.
9) How to make a profit in the transfer market
Go to the market and look for players to buy, then look at their market prices. Buy a player on the low end of the market price, do some last-second low bids, etc. Then auction them off for slightly higher prices. You want to focus on volume rather then on profit per player, because you want to keep the speed of the purchases and sales high.
10) Your keeper/goalie might be the most important out of all of your players.
If you have a great goalkeeper, that’s the best chance you have of not giving up any goals. If you have a crap goalkeeper but a good defense, that’s still a bad deal if your defense lets the attackers by, and they end up with a good shot on goal. While you want to avoid having to make your defenses work too hard in the first place, spend your coins on a goalkeeper, a rare gold one if you have to or even a special one.