EA Sports FIFA has released the third batch of winter transfers ahead of the January upgrades coming at the end of this week. The recent releases have come as a huge surprise to gamers all cross the world, as transfers tend to come at the end of the transfer window. The first transfer update was released on January 20th and the second a day later. The third batch was released over the weekend and it has only built excitement for January upgrades.
Real world transfers completed so far have been included in FUT 15. This means that you will find Wilfried Bony, Fernando Torres and Shaqiri at Manchester City, Atletico Madrid and Inter respectively. It seems EA are constantly updating the rosters to avoid overloading the servers. EA confirmed the transfers on their website and have made a Google document showing all of the transfers currently made in the game thus far.
We expect that EA will release the next batches within the coming week. Please check back with Full FIFA for further details regarding winter updates and transfers.
EA has unexpectedly released the first batch of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team winter transfers or January transfers ahead of the scheduled January month end. This is a huge surprise providing these transfers a full week ahead of schedule.
Real world transfers completed so far have been included in FUT 15. This means that you will find Wilfried Bony, Fernando Torres and Shaqiri at Manchester City, Atletico Madrid and Inter respectively. EA confirmed the transfers on their website and have made a Google document showing all of the transfers currently made in the game thus far.
We expect that EA will release the next batches in the coming weeks. By no means did anyone expect this release so early, but maybe the franchise is being proactive ahead of the mad scramble of transfers coming next week.
EA Sports have released the 18th edition for the season of their Team of the Week on FIFA Ultimate Team and the headline news is that Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez is chosen to play on the left hand side of the attack.
Sanchez has been in sensational form this season and he has carried the Arsenal team for most of the campaign, scoring 12 goals and registering seven assists.
On the weekend Sanchez was at his mesmeric best as Stoke were swept aside at the Emirates with the Chilean scoring twice and assisting the other in a 3-0 victory.
He is joined up front by Real Betis’ Ruben Castro, who scored twice in a 3-1 victory over Tenerife and Roma’s legendary captain Francesco Totti who scored the equaliser in the Rome derby and celebrated by taking a selfie on the pitch.
The midfield consists of Real Madrid star Isco who played well in the 3-0 win over Espanyol and Chelsea’s Oscar who scored one and assisted Diego Costa in the 2-0 victory over Newcastle.
Stephane Ruffier of Saint-Etienne is in goal after a couple of match-winning saves in the club’s 2-1 win over Reims.
In front of him are Martin Caceres who made an impressive return from injury for Juventus over the weekend and Jose Fonte who was key in Southampton’s 1-0 victory over Manchester United whilst former Red Devil Nemanja Vidic makes up the back three.
The in-game Transfer Market has been on fire since before the launch of FIFA 15, with the top 20 most transferred footballers so far all coming from European based clubs.
11 footy stars come from the Premier League in England, with the top spot going to Borussia Dortmund ace Adrian Ramos.
United are represented in the top 20 by Luke Shaw and Ashley Young, Aston Villa by Christian Benteke, Manchester City with Eliaquim Mangala, Newcastle have Remy Cabella, Loic Remy for Chelsea, Aaron Ramsey and Danny Welbeck for Arsenal, Tim Howard for Everton and Eduardo Vargas and Nedum Onuoha for QPR.
Here are the top transferred players so far in FIFA 15 Ultimate Team.
20. Christian Benteke – Aston Villa
19. Ashley Young – Manchester United
18. Eliaquim Mangala – Manchester City
17. Abdoulay Konko – Lazio
16. Raphaël Varane – Real Madrid
15. Luiz Gustavo – VfL Wolfsburg
14. Rémy Cabella – Newcastle United
13. Stephan El Shaarawy – Milan
12. Luke Shaw – Manchester United
11. Loic Rémy – Chelsea
10. Aaron Ramsey – Arsenal
9. Tim Howard – Everton
8. Miranda – Atletico de Madrid
7. Martin Cáceres – Juventus
6. Eduardo Vargas – Queens Park Rangers
5. Alexandre Lacazette – Olympique Lyonnais
4. Felipe Santana – FC Schalke 04
3. Danny Welbeck – Arsenal
2. Nedum Onuoha – Queens Park Rangers
1. Adrián Ramos – Borussia Dortmund
EA Sports FIFA 15 Ultimate New Year’s Open FUT tournament kicks off in just a couple hours! The New Year’s Day tournament is the latest of EA’s FIFA 15 FUTMAS promotions and there will be no special requirements to take part.
The tournament will be broken down into online and offline rewards. Each section will receive its own rewards, with the online portion of the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team tournament offering one untradeable rare gold pack, and future winnings of 5,000 coins.
The offline portion, on the other hand, will see players attempting to score one untradeable premium gold jumbo pack, plus future winnings of 3,500 coins. The difficulty for the offline event has been listed as “Professional.” This means the player will be required to have their settings to this difficulty level before being able to win any of the aforementioned prizes in offline mode.
If you boast a wide assortment of skilled players, or your squad has high chemistry, why not put your FIFA 15 Ultimate Team skills to the test? It is unclear of how long the tournament lasts, though, so we strongly suggest you take advantage of everything as quickly as possible.
If you’re going to take part in the New Year’s Open FUT tournament, leave your gamertag below so the FULLFIFA pros can challenge you.