Fifa 17's Ultimate Team internet app and demo is reside - using a hitch
Fifa 17, this year's update to the perennially profitable football franchise, doesn't hit shelves till September 29. If you're itching to have a head begin though, the web app for Fifa Ultimate Group is now reside - but you are going to need an EA Sports account to acquire began.
Ahead of your core game's release, players can start putting together their teams on the Fifa 17 web appThe separate EA Sports account is as well as needing a PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live account.
However, EA's servers don't appear to be coping with demand. As players rush to log in, quite a few are seeing an error message saying: "Sorry you were not invited to take part in early internet start out in FUT 17", even when they're working with long-registered current accounts.
Early access is ostensibly offered to players through a safety code, either emailed to them or sent to their phones, even though some are still waiting for them to arrive. EA community manager Rob Hodson has mentioned EA is "working on the invite app issue".
Ultimate Team has been a fixture of Fifa games for years, permitting gamers to purchase packs of players and trade them like virtual Panini stickers to make, properly, their ultimate group. This year's instalment introduces new options, such as weekly league tournaments, and new techniques to create team chemistry.
EA has previously outlined the staggering volume of football leagues and teams set to appear within the game. Far more than 650 teams across more than 30 global leagues will function, which includes Liga do Brasil, the UK's Premier League, and Germany's Bundesliga.
For any person still unable to get their early start on constructing their Ultimate Team, all players will have access to the internet app when the full game is released next week.