EA continues to tinker with their FIFA 15 Ultimate Team price cap experiment, and have now made the price ranges for certain players different per platform.
Previously, the price bands were exactly the same on console and PC. As of today, players on PC will have different minimum and maximum prices in some circumstances. There’s a not especially handy (because it puts PC right at the end so you have to scroll across from the player names) spreadsheet on this page which details the differences.
The 87 rated version of Juventus’ Carlos Tevez, for example, goes for a maximum of 2.1 million on PS4, but ‘just’ 1.5 million on PC. If you can find a buyer, that is.
EA say that market and price adjustments “will continue to occur as the market changes and different items are introduced.”
IncGamers has been running a poll since last Friday about the recent changes to FIFA 15‘s Ultimate Team economy. As things stand, 75% of responding players feel the price caps have “basically ruined FUT’s transfer market.” 6% think they’re fine.Related to this article