EA SPORTS FIFA Brings a new way to play on mobile

By SFC Media Tue 23 Sep Club

The most popular mode in the FIFA franchise, FIFA Ultimate Team™ is at the centre of the free-to-play mobile experience this season.

With more than 80 per cent of FIFA 14 mobile fans playing FIFA Ultimate Team or Matches of the Week, the team is focused on combining innovative gameplay while enhancing the managerial experience of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Mobile. To do that this season, the team is delivering two modes on mobile - FIFA Ultimate Team and Matches of the Week – and bringing new ways to play the game – Quick Simulation, Classic or Casual Controls, and new controller support. 

One of the most requested mobile features from last season, Quick Simulation makes its debut on FIFA 15 Ultimate Team, giving you complete control of your squad while a match plays out quickly on your tablet or phone. You are able to control the mentality, effort, and approach of your entire team in a managerial experience during a Quick Simulation match. It puts you in the manager’s seat and gives you an aerial view of the pitch so you can see player trends and adjust on the fly. 

This season, you can choose from Casual or Classic Controls - with all new through-ball and tactical dribbling options.  Through ball will allow you to send your teammates through on goal with a tap of a button or tap twice on the screen to activate Tactical Dribbling - give your players greater control on the ball.  

Click here to get  FIFA 15 Ultimate team on your mobile, free to play on the Apple app store®, Google Play®, and the Windows Phone® store.  

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