EA Sports stuck to their tradition of big FIFA reveals at Gamescom this year as the developer behind the biggest sports franchise in gaming announced an entirely new mode to debut in Ultimate Team for FIFA 16, Ultimate Team Draft. The new draft option allows players to experience the popular game mode in entirely new ways as they test their team building abilities on an all new level, competing with the best players in the world to create teams and attempt to win a series of games without a loss.[testimonials user=” email=” name=’David Rutter, VP and GM, EA SPORTS FIFA’ position=” photo=”] “We are delivering unprecedented depth and innovation to the franchise this season by bringing several new ways to play across Career Mode, Ultimate Team, and through the introduction of twelve Women’s National Teams. We think fans are going to be equally as excited with all the new ways as they have been with the gameplay in FIFA 16. From hands-on gameplay events across the world, we’ve heard resoundingly positive feedback on the balanced and exciting experience we are building in FIFA 16.”[/testimonials]
The newly revealed mode builds on an array of changes and improvements already announced. Including the FIFA Trainer mode that gives all players the opportunity to enhance their skills and compete on a higher level with a number of tutorials and scenarios aimed at educating players on the many detailed mechanics of the FIFA universe.