FIFA 13 Ultimate Team How to get the MOST coins each game FUT
In this hub I will talk about ways that you can get the most coins out of every game that you play on FIFA Ultimate team. At minimum you should be getting around 400 coins per game, but I will talk about ways to BOOST that number significantly higher.
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So before I start the actual guide on making the most coins possible on each game let me talk about ultimate team, and what coins are used for.
Fifa 13's ultimate team is a game mode in which you essentially build your ultimate team. You are looking to build the best team possible in order to defeat other players, solo tournaments, solo games, and to make the most out of your game. Ultimate Team is arguably the most fun game mode that EA Sports has put into FIFA, Madden, and NHL.. IT is very widely played, and a lot of people really enjoy playing the game mode. With that being said, coins are a necessity to get far.
For you to get far in the game you need the most amount of coins possible in order to buy packs, buy players, and to attempt to get the ultimate team that you are striving for. With all that being said let me talk about the coins in ultimate team in games.
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Coins in game
The reason I am writing this guide is because I was asked by another person how they can get more coins from games, and that they were only getting about 100 per game. Well, first off, there are many factors that go into how many coins you receive which I will talk about below on the strategy portion for making the most amount of coins per game. BUT first I need to talk about things to do before the game starts to put you in a better situation to make more coins in each game.
First off, it is smart to play tournaments, or seasons that will give you a bonus coins after so many games. This will give you an extra incentive on top of getting the coins that you would normally earn. So play smart.
Second off.. The difficulty. When you are going to choose a game watch the difficulty. While the harder the difficulty the more coins in game, that also makes it harder to win each game, and you do not want to lose multiple games, and jeopardize your prize coins. So if you are a beginner, or inexperienced player, while the reward is higher, stick to a lower difficulty season in order to know that you will make your coins back. This is very important for you to be successful in the long run.
Getting the most out of each game.
So when you are in a game there are a NUMBER of factors that play a part in whether or not you are going to be very successful. Everything that happens in a game plays a part in the overall outcome of how many coins you are going to receive for that game. Things that happen against you, will cause you coins, things that happen for you will make you more coins.
When you are looking at how many coins you are going to earn, there are some things to remember.
Difficulty.. This is a BIG factor because the harder the difficulty of the game changes the multiplier. You could potentially earn 1 half of the normal coins or twice as amny coins based simply off of how difficult the game was. With that being said, play based on your skill level, you don't want to play on the hardest difficulties to get more coins, and get crushed because that can have a MAJOR negative effect with what I talk about below.
Goals. This is probably the biggest factor for how many coins you receive. For every goal you kick in you will get roughly 40 coins per goal in addition to the coins you are going to receive. The same goes for the opponent but will hurt you. If the opponent scored 10 goals they are going to have a certain amount of coins that will hurt you as a negative score on your coins. i don't think it is 40 per goal, but I none the less the more goals they score the higher their negative score is against you. That is why not setting an extremely high difficulty as a beginner is a smart thing.
Rest of your playing. Keep in mind when the game starts that you will have 0 points, and same with the team against you. That everything you do out there has an impact. If you do trick moves, you get more points for it. If you pass, assists, lack of, or more penalties can also have an effect on the outcome. With that being said, you should focus each game to not get many penalties, to try trick moves, and focus on winning, and not letting your opponent have any advantages on you.
Penalties. As said above penalties that you acquire will negative effect your score. With that being said you SHOULD TRY not to get any penalties. This is crucial to get those extra points throughout the game.
Tricks. Also trick moves and shots will help your points per game. this is crucial to making more points per game. You should try to maximize the points that you can get by learning how to do tricks. This can be done by practice mode, or doing the skill games, these will tach you the ins and outs that you can use throughout the game.
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So overall when you are going to play a game in ultimate team just remember that EVERYTHING COUNTS. Try hard to win, but harder not to allow the other team to score, or cause penalties. Also try to do your best to choose the right difficulty for each season or each game as this has a direct connection to how many coins you will earn each game. If you have any other questions please feel free to ask them below, or follow me and ask on twitter. Either way, thanks for reading.