FIFA Mobile has launched a new season. It introduces a number of new features, including campaign mode, the option to train players and improved controls.
Electronic Arts has dropped out of its PCs and consoles strategy to launch a new mobile branding launch in 2016 and decided to keep it alive for years with regular updates. The most recent release was the patch that kicked off a new season in the game, leading to the resetting of teams and players (apart from the Now & Later Masters, whose special edition went on to the new season), coins, chips, and progress VS Attack mode.
This reset does not mean the loss of FIFA points that have been transferred to the new season. In addition, the players’ leagues have not been deleted or the players have been eliminated.
The authors have also introduced a number of new features to FIFA Mobile. Thanks to the update, the game has become a campaign mode, whereby passing the next chapters will unlock the players and awards. Interestingly, the authors plan to regularly publish new campaigns with new challenges.
Players are also given the option to train players. In contrast, FIFA Mobile’s Game Change cards have been replaced by Skill Boosts. The update also introduces improvements to the classic (ie, virtual-based) control system. The shooting technique has also been improved.
Recall that FIFA Mobile uses a free version with micro payments. The game debuted in 2016, with iOS, Android and Windows Phone. This last edition was not supported on the same level as the rest, and was finally removed from distribution on November 7th.