The next steps for me would be to work on improving everything I have. There are better versions of Pogba and Kante, as an instance, which would boost my midfield for a fee; I'd really like to find somebody like Eric Cantona upfront, but I know that it's going to put me back countless Coins. I'm at a point now, along with my squad, where I am basically trading any cards that I earn and saving my Coins so that I can make minor improvements to the gamers I have already got.
I've really mostly enjoyed playing on the internet; nobody uses a mic so I haven't encountered anywhere near the quantity of abuse I faced in Madden NFL 21. I did get some very salty messages, but normally I believe FIFA 21's matchmaking works nicely; I feel like I'm playing against players at a roughly similar skill level, which is contributing to a competitive matches with entertaining ebbs-and-flows; occasionally I get roundly beaten by a much better player, other times I win professionally as well. Fair.
Therefore, unlike Madden NFL 21, I believe I'm going to continue playing throughout the rest of the season. I am well on my way to qualifying for a Weekend League today, and while I would hope to get thumped with that sort of competition, I've set myself a goal to keep improving my squad and see how I fit up in that kind environment; I'll certainly write about my very first Weekend League after I create it. If I could get only one win, I'd be very happy.
I really do think FIFA 21's Ultimate Team places a little too much emphasis on your own squad; a better player with an equal squad will conquer you, but a much better player with a team that is better will surely demolish you. With a few cards above 90 attracting prices in the millions, it doesn't always feel totally honest. But building a team that is competitive is undeniably addictive, and I'm not sure it would have the exact same appeal if you may easily add, state, Cristiano Ronaldo for your roster.
I think what the sport needs is a better suite of manners, especially for offline play. Squad Battles was helpful for me when I was learning how to play the game, but I compare it to something like Conquest and Showdown at MLB The Show 21, and I am far more compelled to really use my players offline in these modes than I am to do anything in FIFA 21. There is plenty EA Sports can do this, but it feels like it has put all of its focus on multiplayer, and left solo drama to languish.
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