FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Tips, Cheats and Strategies FIFA 15 Ultimate Team is EA’s latest attempt to translate the world’s most popular sport into something that people actually want to play on mobile devices. While the Ultimate Team mode has always been a primary feature on phones and tablets, the big news for this season is that the game no longer pretends to be something it’s not (namely, a full-on approximation of the console FIFA games), and just has you go about your business building the best squad of real life players you can assemble. Gamezebo’s FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Tips, Cheats and Strategies should help build your ideal squad of footballers. Unless you absolutely despise Facebook, consider linking your account. You’ll get a free pack, and you can always set the notifications to go to only yourself to avoid spamming your friends — plus the game gives you a lot of control over what notifications are sent anyway. Linking to Facebook allows you to play the same team over multiple devices as well, though it doesn’t force you. The game controls don’t have to be an either/or proposition. Even if you opt for the Casual control scheme with the virtual stick and three buttons, you can still use the tap and swipe controls. These can be useful for particular actions like passing directly to players in tight spaces or switching to defenders other than those closest to the ball, so don’t forget about them. Consider a gamepad if you’ve got one. FIFA 15 Ultimate Team is a lot more fun when you dont have to use the virtual stick, as it’s simply easier to be more precise with your movements, shots and passes with physical controls. And again, you can still use the tap and swipe controls in situations where they’re more suitable, so there’s really no downside. Quick Simulation is great for saving time and fitness, but that’s about it. It’s unquestionably shorter to play matches via Quick Simulation, and you can use the Effort slider to save wear and tear on your best players. But I guarantee you’ll lose some matches to inferior opposition this way too. If you’ve got a game you need to win, play it yourself unless you’re absolute rubbish at the actual gameplay. When you rack up enough points in Season mode to clinch the trophy, the game offers you the chance to end the season early and move up. You should take it, as you’ll save games on your players’ contracts, and the rewards for winning at the next level are always higher. Saving up for Premium packs is almost always worth it. Premium Gold or Silver Packs are 50 percent more expensive than their standard counterparts, but you get three times as many rare cards. Considering the difference in price can generally be made up in just a few matches, it’s better to go for the best stuff.