FIFA 15’s FIFA Ultimate Team web app is finally live, after a delay in its launch yesterday. You can now log into the website with your EA/Origin account. According to EA, it may be slow to begin with due to high usage.
The launch was announced by EA on Twitter, where fans had been growing increasingly angry at the delay. FIFA Ultimate Team allows you manage your team, and trade in the player transfer market, which is the biggest soccer transfer market in the world, according to EA. Gamers can now get started planning and creating their dream teams before FIFA 15’s release next week.
With this year’s FUT web app, you can also plan teams with Concept Squad, organize friendlies, and use players on loan. This year, you’ll also be able to compare the stats of your team with your friends.
FIFA 15 has a playable demo out now, and the full game will be released on September 23rd in the US, the 25th in Europe, and the 26th in the UK.