Fifa 14 Coins Price History
Our ff14 Coins list has been last updated on September 30, 2020. The next update is scheduled for October 23, 2020. As of October 22, 2020 the median price for 10mn is $0. Currently there are 0 Fifa 14 Coins prices in our database.
About ff14 Coins
Developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts, FIFA 14 is a video game revolving mainly around being a sports association and simulates every aspect of managing a football club. On September 2013, it was officially released for the following platforms: PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Wii, Nintendo 3DS and Microsoft Windows. On 23 September 2013, under the title of FIFA 14 Mobile, it was released for iOS and Android as a freemium. Shortly after that, it was released the same for Windows Phone 8 on 28 February 2014. Although the game was a so-called freemium, an in-app payment will still be required in order to access much of the game. In November 2013, it was a launch title for both Xbox One and Playstation 4. Although it was believed to be the last FIFA game to be made available for PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 2, there are still speculations that more sequels are coming to FIFA, such as the FIFA 15 and FIFA 16.
Making a comeback in FIFA 14, that was originally introduced in FIFA 10 is the FIFA Ultimate Team. In this game mode, players can build their own team based on what happens in the real world with players and staff. This team can further be used in tournaments and division matches both online and offline. A so-called single online match can also be done which involves a single player playing head-to-head with another player. This, though, does not affect seasons or tournaments. To improve their teams, players can earn coins that is based on whether they won or lost a game. People can obtain players and other items as cards. They can do this either by buying the pack itself, or by buying the player from other people through the transfer system, which some people call as trading. The quality of a player can be determined according to which card tier they belong, of which there are three: Bronze, Silver, and Gold. The same tier also applies to packs. There are also rare cards which can only be found in Special Packs. To purchase the packs, either coins or FIFA points can be used. To get coins, people should play FUT matches. To get FIFA points, people should purchase them using real world currencies. In FIFA 13, there used to be five divisions. But in FIFA 14, this has been prolonged to ten divisions.