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EA limits player prices on FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Mode

Measure to counter illegal coin purchases means the end of open bids.

EA Sports continues its struggle against the illegal sale of gold coins in FIFA Ultimate Team, which according to the studio, ends up inflating the prices of players, resulting in an unfair situation for players who do not buy coins illegally.

One of the new measures is the implementation of price limits for players in the virtual market of FIFA Ultimate Team. Now, each player has a minimum and maximum price that can be established when placed on the market. This also means the end of open bids on players you now must always set a buy now price.

The change has already been implemented to PC and consoles. At the same time, EA has confirmed that for now, the market will continue unavailable for mobile apps. You can read more on the topic in the official FAQ.


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