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FIFA 19 Ultimate Team: How to Get FUT Draft Entries

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FIFA 19 Ultimate Team: How to Get FUT Draft Entries

How to Get FUT Draft Entries in FIFA 19 Ultimate Team

Need to know how to get FUT Draft Entries in FIFA 19 Ultimate Team to help bolster your squad? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

While FIFA 19‘s Ultimate Team mode is largely about building your own team, winning matches, improving your team and rinse-repeating the formula until you’ve got a dream team of soccer superstars, the FUT Draft has become one of the more popular game modes in recent years. It’s returned once again in FIFA 19, and players are given a choice of players and must pick one from each set until they have a complete starting 11. Could you get screwed over by horrible sets of players to choose from? Absolutely, but it’s still pretty fun. You can’t just play FUT Draft whenever you want in FIFA 19, though. You’ll need to get FUT Draft Entries first.

In order to get FUT Draft Entries in FIFA 19, you’ll need to either have 15,000 coins going spare. Either that, or have 300 FIFA points (purchased with real-life money) to throw at one. That’s right, a single FUT Draft costs 15,000 coins or 300 FIFA points. Get knocked out? You’ll have to use another of the FUT Draft Entries to start over again.

Fortunately, FUT Draft does tend to be quite forgiving if you get knocked out in the first round by rewarding you with FUT Draft Entries in FIFA 19. At least you’ll get the chance of netting some sweet new cards for your Ultimate Team without dropping all that coin again!

Finally, FUT Draft Entries can be gotten in normal Ultimate Team card packs. Though, it’s worth noting that they tend to be a pretty damn rare drop from these. As such, you’re best using your hard-earned Ultimate Team coins to buy your Draft Entries in the game.

That’s all you need to know to get FUT Draft Entries in FIFA 19. We’ve got some tips to help you build the best Ultimate Team in FIFA 19, so be sure to check it out. For more tips, tricks, and information on the game, be sure to check out our ever-expanding wiki.

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