FIFA Mobile comes to Windows 10 phones this fall

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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EA  officially confirmed that the FIFA Mobile game, previously named FIFA 17 Mobile, will grace Windows 10 Mobile devices this fall. This is great news for all the fans who were waiting for any piece of information to confirm the rumors and hopes they had.

The game will bring a new mode called Attack Mode, an asynchronous mode that pits your team against other teams in a match where you have to take turns. Players have to take turns and attempt to score as many goals as they can in each half. The action focuses 100% on attacking, which also gives the name of this mode. For every goal you score, you’ll get more fans, which further helps you to climb up the ranks.

The upcoming game will also offer another feature called Leagues. Leagues are formed of your friends and allow you to compete against them in inter-league matches and tournaments, friendlies and so on. Also, you will be able to finish co-op achievements, present gifts to each other and form a team together against other Leagues.

Loyal fans that played previous FIFA Mobile games may be slightly disappointed by the fact that the game has no content that appeared on its previous versions and that it doesn’t offer a career mode. What it does offer though is a Season Mode, where you can play a Season schedule against any of the Leagues found in the game.

The game will total more than 30 leagues and 650 teams, which means around 17,000 players. Also, you will be able to play mini-games so that you earn tokens. You can use the tokens to buy more card packs with new players for your own team.

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