Since the early days of gaming, sports titles such as FIFA have been entertaining fans annually for decades. While the game can be associated with negative aspects, such as when EA banned a fan for racist remarks towards legend Ian Wright, it's a franchise that binds people in, what fans in the UK refer to as, "the beautiful game." One thing that almost certainly brings people together is free giveaways.
Recently, it's been announced that EA will be giving away free FIFA 21 Ultimate Team packs to anyone who has played the game since it was released last October. The giveaway marks the return of the FUT Player Days campaign, which in the past has added bonuses and in-store offers to the game.
All players need to do is log into the main game or the FIFA 21 web app, and navigate to the "My Packs" section. There will be numerous tier based awards depending on how long people have been playing this particular FIFA game which dominated the UK sales charts in 2020.
FIFA is one of the world's most popular sporting franchises and despite controversies around EA allegedly creating difficulty spikes, the series continues to be a fan favorite on PC and consoles. The company giving away free packs for dedicate fans is just one of many ways FIFA keeps itself at the top of the charts each year.
Ever since the announcement of FIFA 21, many soccer fans have been patiently anticipating its release. While the FIFA franchise continues to enjoy the support of its huge fanbase, the series has been under scrutiny in the past with some players encountering issues with online servers, and many feel that the career mode of FIFA 20 has been disappointing.
Luckily for fans, it appears that FIFA 21 is set to make significant changes to the franchise, with its developers looking for ways to introduce innovation from one installment to the next. Now, for those who are eyeing to purchase FIFA 21 when it is released, here is a breakdown of everything players should know about the upcoming game before making a purchase.
One thing that fans of FIFA would be happy to hear about is that FIFA 21 will be released on multiple platforms which includes PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One. However, players on the Switch should know that they will only be getting the Legacy Edition of the game, which means that some features on other platforms won't be available on the Switch. Additionally, the game will release at a later time for the PS5, Xbox Series X, and Google Stadia.
Unfortunately, despite FIFA 21's release on multiple platforms, the developer has confirmed via a Twitter post that players won't be able to play across console generations, nor will players be able to crossplay across platforms even if they are of the same generation. Essentially, this means that players on the PS4 would only be able to play with others who also own a PS4, and so on. However, one good thing that FIFA 21 players will be able to do is to carry over their FUT progression from PS4 to PS5 and Xbox One to Xbox Series X.
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