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FIFA 19 Ultimate Team: Tips and Tricks for Beginners

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FIFA 19 Ultimate Team: Tips and Tricks for Beginners

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Tips and Tricks for FIFA 19 Ultimate Team Beginners

FIFA 19 has finally released and it’s time for the yearly Ultimate Team cycle to begin anew. You’ll be looking to build a team and jump into the new Divisions Rivals mode to test yourself against players from around the world. However, if you’re looking for some tips and tricks on how to get started and make the most out of FIFA 19 this year, we’re here to help. Here are some tips and tricks for FIFA 19 Ultimate Team Beginners.

Tips and Tricks for FIFA 19 Ultimate Team Beginners

Chemistry & Team Building

As you’d expect, putting together a competitive team is the most important part of FIFA 19 Ultimate Team. You’re not going to climb the Division Rivals ranking very quickly with a bronze team or someone like Lorenzo Insigne in goal.

You need to get 11 players who both fit the meta of FIFA 19 and create a team with 100 chemistry. Players from the same league get a soft chemistry link, as do those from the same nation, while those that share both a nation and league or are from the same team get a strong (green) link.

You can get more chemistry with perfect links if players are from the same nation and club, but having all players link in even the most basic way will be enough to get 100 chemistry, provided they’re in their correct positions.

While having an impressive coin total is nice to look at, it won’t give you any advantage in the actual game part of FIFA 19, so try to upgrade your team when you can.

It can be helpful to have an idea ahead of time of a path for improvement. Knowing which player can replace who, and having an idea of their price, will give structure to how you approach the modes and rewards because you’ll know what you need.

Of course, the release of special cards can change plans, but it’s about adapting to which area of your team needs improvement most and picking players who suit your play-style.

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