Which Items is Transferable in FIFA 17?

FIFA 17 releases in late September and with this comes a lot of questions about which aspects of your FIFA Ultimate Team transfer over from FIFA 16. You can transfer from console to console, but you’ll only keep what’s linked to your Origin account (FCC and XP). You can transfer the other items listed below when doing so from the same console. If you want to buy fifa 17 coins, not to transfer, welcome to our site.

FIFA Points

Perhaps the most significant one-time FIFA 17 carryover item. FIFA Points are a form of alternative in-game currency to coins and enable you to purchase FUT packs in the store or enter FUT Drafts (300 points). You can not directly purchase cards on the transfer market with points. EA do not sell coins, they sell FIFA points. You will not be able to transfer FIFA points during the FIFA 17 Web App Webstart period. However, you will be able to make the transfer during early access if you have an EA or Origin Access membership.

Please note that FIFA 17 EA Access and Origin Access members receive a 10% discount on FIFA Points prices listed below.

100 = £0.79
250 = £1.99
500 = £3.99
750 = £5.99
1,050 = £7.99
1,600 = £11.99
2,200 = £15.99
4,600 = £31.99
12,000 = £79.99

XP Level

Every time you earn XP, you gradually build up your levelling bar until you reach a new level. This is shown in the top right of your screen on your chosen platform. This information does not display on the FUT Web App. Each XP level, otherwise known at EAS FC level, becomes gradually more difficult to obtain as you need to earn more XP for each level. There is a current daily XP cap of 2,000. Once you unlock a level, you’ll never lose it within your account. It will transfer over to new FIFA titles, such as FIFA 16 to FIFA 17. Your XP level is basically your experience level within FIFA and is shown to all your friends within EA Sports Football Club. The higher your XP level, the more you are able to unlock in the EA Sports Football Club (EAS FC) store / catalogue.

Football Club Credits

You can use your Football Club Credits (FCC) to purchase items in the EAS FC Catalogue. Football Club Credits accumulate the same way XP is collected. The credits are displayed in the top right, to the left of your XP level and levelling bar. Unless these bronze looking coins are spent, they remain in your account for future FIFA titles. It’s important you have enough FCC to purchase key items at the start of FUT 17. These items include coin boosts, increasing transfer list and transfer targets size etc.

Pro Clubs Badge & Player Appearance

Your pro clubs badge doesn’t do anything as such other than to show when you started your pro club. Player appearance just gives you the option for your virtual pro to look the same as previous, however this may not apply due to the transition of a new FIFA 17 Frostbite Engine.

Established Date

Whether you are a FUT Founder, or your club was established this time last year, your established date will remain the same in FIFA 17. FUT Founders are those that started playing FIFA Ultimate Team during FIFA 09, shortly after the release.

FUT Club Name

You will get the option to keep or change your FUT Club Name. If you change your mind half way through FIFA 17, we’re assuming you can complete a manager task or use a one-time catalogue item.

Xbox Achievements and PSN Trophies

You will keep your achievements and trophies accrued from FIFA 16 on your Xbox Live and/or PSN account, but there will be a completely new set for FIFA 17.

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FIFA 17: EA Can’t Be Sued

In light of recent events, regarding the discovery of the chemistry and fitness glitches, a lot of people are saying that EA should be sued; however, I want to point out that EA can’t be sued because of the Terms of Service agreement.

In Clause 20 of the Terms of Service agreement, we waive our right to a trial by jury or to participate in a class action. Further, we agree that any dispute that arises between EA and us (us as customers) has to be resolved by binding arbitration.

What does this mean?

First, EA can’t be taken to court over a dispute, such as the chemistry/fitness glitch. Second, and most importantly, neither of us customers can participate in a class action against EA. This last provision is really crucial to a dispute such as the chemistry/fitness glitch as this dispute could be the subject matter of a class action suit. When having dispute against a company, class actions suits are important as they imply that the issues in dispute affect and are common to all members of the class, and that the persons affected are so numerous as to make it impracticable to bring them all before the court. Consequently, the suit is easier to manage, both in monetary and logistic terms, and if the class action succeeds the rewards are shared by everyone. For example, the recent suit against Ticketmaster over their undisclosed fees is a good example of a successful class action suit.

Finally, EA cover themselves (shocking!) against claims against false advertising by explicating stating that “claims that arose before this Agreement or any prior agreement (including, but not limited to, claims relating to advertising)” should be resolved by binding arbitration. This provision protects them against consumer law.

Why is arbitration so beneficial to EA?

First, the previously mentioned, impossibility of bringing a class action suits against EA. Second, arbitration is resolved quicker and has less public exposure as compared to a trial by jury or a class action suit. Third, if any of us customers have a claim against EA, we need to bring this claim as a personal claim; in other words, each one of us would have to present a claim against EA. Finally, disputes resolved over arbitration are usually settled before a verdict is reached and the rewards are almost always smaller compared to a trial by jury or a class action suit.

But can we overturn the agreement?

In theory, these types of agreements can be overturned by several reasons, such as unconstitutionality or proving a substantial inequality of bargaining power. The latter could apply in this specific case. However, in practice, these agreements are hard to overturn. Further, EA have included a provision in the Terms of Service agreement that explicitly states that any dispute relating to the interpretation, scope, enforceability, or formation of the agreement to arbitrate has to be resolved by binding arbitration.

Are there any exceptions to this agreement?

The provisions mentioned before applies to all consumers to the fullest extent allowable by law, but expressly excludes residents of Quebec, Russia, Switzerland, the Member States of the European Union, and the Republic of Korea. Moreover, the agreement also states that a claim to enforce any statutory consumer rights to which you are entitled under the Australian Consumer Law is also excluded from the agreement.

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Questions You may Face in FIFA 17

Have a look at the FAQs below if you have any questions!

How can I join the (private) league?

First of all you must have entered a team in the game. Once you have a team, make sure that you have the correct league code (00459UZY) and that you are entering it in the format it is written.

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How can I score points?

During the tournament, your fantasy football players will be allocated points based on their performance in the UEFA Euro 2016.

Action – Points

Playing in a game | 1
Playing at least 60 minutes in a game | 2
Goal scored by a goalkeeper or defender | 6
Goal scored by a midfielder | 5
Goal scored by a forward | 4
For each assist | 3
Goalkeeper not conceding while on pitch (must play at least 60 minutes) | 4
Defender not conceding while on pitch (must play at least 60 minutes) | 4
Midfielder not conceding while on pitch (must play at least 60 minutes) | 1
Earning a penalty | 2
Conceding a penalty | -1
Penalty miss | -2
Penalty save | 5
For every two goals conceded by a goalkeeper or defender | -1
Yellow card | -1
Red card (includes yellow card deduction) | -3
Every three saves made by a goalkeeper | 1
Own goal scored | -2

FIFA 17 – Three Defenders I Like Most

In this article we will suggest the best defenders for FIFA 17 Career Mode that you should be able to use in your low, medium or large budget club. Keep in mind that the best players for us may not be for you. It depends of your other players, formation, transfer budget, wages budget, play style, preferences, etc… But if you have a lot of fifa coins, you can buy every defenders you like.

DIEGO GODIN

UEFA Champions League finalist with Atletico Madrid, Diego Godin is by far the best defender the world has seen in the last season. For his relentless efforts at the heart of Atletico Madrid’s defense, the Uruguayan has found himself in the UEFA Champions League Team of the season as well as the La Liga Squad of the Season.

Appearing in 46 matches under Diego Simeone, the former Villareal defender played an especially important role in Atletico’s victory against Barcelona in the Champions League. Copa America winner with Uruguay, Diego Godin has spent 9 seasons in La Liga winning 6 major titles with Atletico Madrid.

SERGIO RAMOS

Spain international Sergio Ramos played a crucial role in handing the 10th and 11th Champions League title to los Blancos scoring goals in both finals. But the 30 year old has fulfilled an even better role at the defense of Real Madrid winning himself a place at La Liga team of the season 2015/16 and UEFA Champions League team of the season 2015/16. Named ‘La Liga Best Defender’ for four consecutive years, Sergio Ramos is representing Spain in UEFA European Championship 2016 being held in France as the defending champions look to win the trophy for a 3rd consecutive time.

Real Madrid skipper Sergio Ramos has been at the Camp Nou for 11 seasons winning 3 La Liga titles and 2 UEFA Champions League titles at the Spanish capital.

THIAGO SILVA

Thiago Silva is the orchestrator of the PSG defense which saw only 19 goals conceded in 38 matches this season under manager Laurent Blanc. Named in the UEFA Champions League Squad of the Season, the Brazil international Silva led the French side into a third double in 3 seasons.

Signed by PSG in 2012 for a record shattering price from AC Milan, the 31-year old finished his fourth season at the club with 30 league appearances and a goal. Often compared to Italy legend Franco Baresi, Silva has to play a crucial role in the next season for PSG as they look forward to finally clenching the Champions League title.

FIFA 17: Three Gifted Strikers

There has never been a lack of proper goal scorers anywhere in the world, but the number of extraordinarily gifted strikers is limited in modern football. If you want to have gifted strikers, you should have fifa coins, our site is providing cheap fifa 17 coins, and we have instant delivery. Today I will show you 3 strikers I like. And I think they are the most powerfull strikers.

LIONEL MESSI

No footballer will ever come close to perfection as Argentina ace Lionel Messi has. Five times Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi has been the central piece of Barcelona’s towering success at Camp Nou over the past several seasons. The 28-year old has been at the heart of every single trophy the Catalans have listed in the last 8 seasons.

This might not have been the best goal-scoring season the Argentine has come across at the Spanish club but it was still a tremendously successful season for the Barcelona talisman. Messi won the title of La Liga Top assist-provider for the second time in a row this season.

CRISTIANO RONALDO

3 times Champions League winner Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the very best athletes in the world. Former Manchester United attacker appeared in 36 league matches to score 35 goals for the 11 times Champions League winners in La Liga.

The 31 year old attacker has netted 364 times for Los Blancos in the last 7 seasons at Santiago Bernabeu. The Portugese was the UEFA Champions League Top Scorer of the season 2015/16, with 16 goals in 12 appearances in the competition. The attacker is leading his team to the Euro Cup being held at France this year.

LUIS SUAREZ

Former Liverpool and Ajax attacker Luis Suarez defeated the likes of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo to the La Liga Pichichi award 2015/16. Luis Suarez’s 40 goals in the league saw Barcelona narrowly snatch the La Liga title from the Madrid clubs 2 and 3 points away from the Catalans.

The Uruguay international scored 59 goals in 53 appearances in all competitions for Barcelona to clinch the European Golden Show season 2015/16. 29-year old goal machine Luis Suarez was included in the UEFA Champions League Team of the Season 2015/16. He has scored 84 goals in 2 seasons for Barcelona winning two La Liga titles, two Copa del Rey titles, one UEFA Champions League title, one UEFA Super Cup and one FIFA Club World Cup title.

FIFA 17: Personal Thoughts about Quaresma

In my opinion, this guy is the best player in the game. I’ve used every high rated NIF in this game and no one can come close to him. I’m gonna run through a couple reasons why, because I want to know if he’s this good for everyone, or somehow just for me.

His dribbling is so broken that the game even seems to take little extra touches in-between touches which gives him insane agility. When dribbling in tight spaces, he seems to push past opponents with this little animation and exit with a burst of speed. I feel like he’s almost dribbling for himself. He can barely ever be pushed off the ball, but if he does lose it, he almost always does those bullshit chase-down-and-push-over tackles which are somehow never fouls. (By a way, if you need fifa 17 coins, welcome to our site which is the best FIFA 17 products supplier.) I have no troubles getting from halfway to inside the box by both simply running past defenders and doing skill move, even against opponents who are clearly far better than me. His dribbling is exactly what Messi’s dribbling should feel like (but doesn’t IMO) mixed with the strength of Ronaldo.

But what’s even more incredible than his dribbling is his shooting. Even after using his in almost every squad since the release of the game, it still shocks me what he can do. Anywhere within 35 yards on the right side of the pitch is a corner/goal 50% of the time, and some matches (where I’d probably take 10+ shots with him), every single shot results in a corner, parry assist or a goal. He does EXACTLY what he does IRL (outside of the foot, insane dip and swerve) but from almost any distance. The obvious reasons for this are the 92 curve, 83 shot power, 85 long shots and the ‘Outside Foot Shot’ trait. Sometimes the keeper just stands there and watches it go in, other times they simply can’t get to the ball because it’s so top corner.

Of course I have patches where his long shots just won’t go, but in that case I’ll rely much more on his dribbling and get inside the box to score. Ronaldo has a better goal scoring record for me, but the shots I take with Quaresma are 75% of the time WAY outside the box, and he still manages around 0.7 – 0.8GPM. His crossing to Ronaldo at the back post is also phenomenal (compared to the crossing of my other players) due to the curve, and his free kicks are also the best I’ve used. His ability to pick out a long ball with the outside of the foot is also insane; I can often get the ball anywhere in my back half and switch play all the way to the other wing and get a decent chance to cut in, cross, or hold up possession. So pretty much, I only use the right side of his right boot, but it’s all you really need.

The only negatives are his league and his stamina. He can however be worked into a hybrid using Bosingwa and any Portuguese midfielder, which is what I’ve done probably 10+ times this FIFA. After around 75 mins he’s pretty dead, but he doesn’t really need his sprint anyway.

Overall, this guy is the best player for me this FIFA (in front of Ronaldo) but more importantly, he is by a considerable margin the most fun player I’ve ever used across any FIFA (in front of 13 Sessegnon and 14 Nani. I can’t help but think that he is capable of doing this for everyone, but I’ve never seen a post about him, or even people recommending him. If anyone has had a similar (or opposite) experience with him, let me know.

Also his bald head and double sweatbands make him look like a badass IG which is a big plus.

Fans’ Wishlist about FIFA 17 Ⅱ

Authentic Managers:
I just love FIFA! There is no doubt it is an amazing game, but it requires a lot of improvisation on several parts and one of that part is manager’s authenticity. Every year the game improved a lot, and for FIFA 17 fans would love to see actual managers in the game not those old bald men roaming here and there on the touchline like ghosts. Managers are the important part of the game, and they have significant role to play. So instead of those generic dudes, EA can include professional managers.

Enhanced Crowd Animation:
Let’s make the crowd more lively and curious. It would be amazing and funny to see the crowd walking out of stadium if their team is losing with big difference like 4-0. Crowd can be full of enthusiasm, they can add sound energetically on every goal and they react and sound negatively on every missing goal kick.

Include Dinamo Zagreb:
Many fans believe it is the time to add Dinamo Zagreb into the FIFA game now as they have qualified for tournaments like champions league and some awesome players as well. Besides, they also win their league every time. FIFA can consider them to add in the next version. It is little awkward that FIFA has not added them in FIFA 16, but they can be included in FIFA 17.

Additional Leagues:
Fans were expecting numerous other leagues in FIFA 16, but as they are missing in FIFA 16, now hope is to FIFA 17. They can add the Greek, Ukrainian, Romanian, Croatian, Serbian, Czech, Finland and Bulgarian leagues. Besides all such, Brazil Champions league and Europe league is also needed. EA can include other legends and all the South American leagues like the Ecuadorian, Uruguayan, Bolivian, Venezuelan leagues. Their inclusion is significant in order to create copa libertadores, they need to put their attention on Latin America with one eye on Europe. There are numerous hardcore soccer fans in North America as well, if they include their teams in next version, the game will become superior than it is now.

Online Career Mode:
EA can bring online career mode in FIFA 17 now; 2-4 players’option would be great for the beginning of online mode. Fighting for titles and transfers fills with different energy. This will enhance the credibility of the game and its entertainment level will multiply with enthusiasm since this will let players to challenge players online. This would be an amazing characteristic to introduce in FIFA 17.

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