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FIFA 16 is a game bursting with content. From Match Day to Online Seasons, not to mention the new women's football tournament, there is plenty to entertain any football aficionado. However, there are two modes that attract most of our attention - Career and Ultimate Team. FUT is the most popular mode of the two these days, and you can count on an article about FUT coming in the near future, but today we will focus on Career mode.
The first thing you’ll notice when jumping into a match in FIFA 16 is how much slower everything feels compared to last year. This reduction in speed allows you to take the time to consider your next move, and you’ll need to think carefully as the game isn’t as forgiving as it has been in the past. Pace abusers will be stopped in their tracks, and splitting the defense with a through ball or a mazy run is much harder to achieve, and rightly so. The addition of the new Passing With Purpose feature allows players to FIFA 17 Coins make direct, decisive passes across the park.
However, I feel that there are still too many instances of ping-pong passing in the game, which is an issue that has resurfaced in the last few years. The advancements in FIFA 16 let you truly go on an offensive attack with precision passing including crosses and leads to set up solid shots on goal. The main limitations of FIFA 16 revolve around the core concept of only including the Ultimate Team mode. Since you start out on the lower end of the totem pole, everything that you can play is catered towards your team level.