We all know that keeping up to date with managing your FUT team on FIFA 20 can be almost a full-time job, but thanks to the FIFA 20 web app doing so is a lot easier than before. The app is available, free of charge, to anyone playing FIFA 20 on PS4, Xbox One or PC. Naturally, a few features are missing from the proper game, but everything else needed to earn those all-important coins is available on the app. You can buy packs using in-game coins or FIFA points, sort through all your players, staff, club items, manage transfers and of course, best of all you get a bunch of free stuff simple for doing nothing, but using the app.
During promotional periods such as FUTmas and invariably whenever the new FIFA 21 launches, EA gives out points and other cool stuff simply for signing into the Web App. You honestly don’t even have to make any changes to your team, simply logging in is all you need to do.
Complete your Squad Based Challenges
One of the biggest additions to FIFA 20 and one of the fastest ways to get better cards is to complete your Squad Building Challenges and now thanks to the Web App you don’t even need to be at your console or PC to solve them. To view the available SBC’s simply tap the SBC button on the left-hand side menu. The challenges you haven’t finished will be in white. From here you can see what the individual requirements are for each challenge. You can then make the necessary changes required for the challenge and then simply submit when you are ready.
Refresh your transfers
A key element to making coins is managing your transfers well. Often this requires you to list items for an hour and then re-listing them as soon as possible if they don’t sell. Unfortunately, it’s not like you can always be at your console every hour so this is where the app is incredibly useful. It doesn’t matter if you’re in the middle of your favourite Netflix show or cooking dinner, you can quickly manage your transfers. It’s as simple as clicking Transfers > Transfers List > Re-List All. All in all, it takes about 20 seconds, meaning you can always stay on to of the deals.
Watch your leaderboards
The Web App also lets you track your rank across all the various leaderboards. The feature is pretty much identical to the scoreboard in-game with Top Squad, Club Value, Match Earnings and Transfer Profit all visible just as they are on console or PC, but you’ll be surprised how often you need to show your leaderboard position to that doubting friend who thinks he’s the king at FIFA 20.
Manage transfer targets
This is one area where the Web App excels and, in many ways, performs even better than the console or PC version. Whether you are trying to complete your Squad Based Challenges or piecing together your dream team it is much easier to do so on the app. You can compare prices, see all available cards and costs in list form rather than having to wade through cards one by one. You can also see Active Bids, Won Items, Expired Items and Watched Items all within a single screen.
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