In a new video, FIFA Community Manager Chukwuma “Chu” Morah details the updates FIFA 16‘s brings to one of the series’ most popular modes, Ultimate Team. Chu focuses on three specific updates to FUT: Transfer Market accessibility, ease of transactions, and a player-led economy.

Beginning September 17th, the Transfer Market will be available for FIFA 16 on web and mobile companion apps. Verified returning FUT 15 players will receive free user packs and can begin trading before the main game even launches on the 22nd. New players will have to wait until after the game’s release to begin playing the Transfer Market.

A new security measure has been put in place to cull the number of bots that found their way into previous years’ games. This is being implemented by a verification that is issued after a few days of playing on console or PC.

Price ranges in FIFA 16 are also starting much wider than in previous years, with the goal of offering a balanced trade economy. EA hopes with a more fair trade market, coin farming and buying will decrease—rewarding people for their time spent instead of what they want to spend.

Additionally, to discourage coin farming/buying, EA has trimmed the ability to trade cross-market. There will now be individual Transfer Markets for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4. Locking the player into that specific market will keep farmers from playing on less competitive generations for easy prey, then selling to a higher market.

For other information, you can read the official FAQ from EA Sports.

FIFA 16 blows the opening whistle September 22nd on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.

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In a new video, FIFA Community Manager Chukwuma “Chu” Morah details the updates FIFA 16‘s brings to one of the series’ most popular modes, Ultimate Team. Chu focuses on three specific updates to FUT: Transfer Market accessibility, ease of transactions, and a player-led economy. Beginning September 17th, the Transfer Market...