If you haven’t gotten your Ultimate Team fix yet, EA’s got you covered. During its Gamescom conference, the company unveiled a new game mode titled FUT Draft. For an entry fee of 15,000 Ultimate Team coins, players can create a team where each starting-eleven spot is selected from a draft of five players, and naturally, they will compete against other FUT Draft teams.

In addition, fans of Career Mode will be rejoicing that their favorite game mode will receive some upgrades. On top of including pre-season tournaments against other top clubs, there will be deliciously high rewards that will be allocated straight into your transfer budget. And, at long last, EA has added player training to the mode, allowing gamers to fine-tune the stats of their footballers and encourage growth among youth players. Career Mode will also receive fine-tunings across the board, with improved loan offers, friendly substitutions, and more realistic transfer budgets all being brought to the table.

Finally, we also learned that, in total, FIFA 16 will have 16 National Women’s teams. Other gameplay upgrades include the upgraded dribbling system, improved passing, additional weather conditions such as fog and unpredictable rain, and over 900 new crowd chants.

Source: EA Gamescom Conference

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