Chances are you’ve come across the the Web App but are yet to use it.
You can buy and sell on the transfer market, build and edit your squads, manage your club and more.
And it gets better. It’s unlikely to change too much for FIFA 18 – so it’s the perfect time to familiarise yourself.
Follow these tips and you’ll be bossing the FIFA 18 Web App in no time.
The 59th minute Method
The Web App allows you to track all market action in real time, so is perfect if you want to snipe a top player.
Scrolling to the 59th minute or continuously refreshing a search is much faster in the Web App than in the game – not to mention easier thanks to a mouse and keyboard.
All this could give you the edge on those using the Ultimate Team on console.
Bid on as many items up until one hour as possible – just make sure you’re confident you can make between 10-30 per cent profit on them.
You won’t win them all but if you keep them ticking over you’ll earn some easy coins.
Keep an eye on player performances
Focus on the most popular leagues and preferably televised games such as matches in The Barclay’s Premier League.
Hype bubbles come and go and can result in easy profits – so keep an eye out for standout players to earn easy coins.
Timing is everything
When the Web App first launched, there was so much demand the EA servers could not cope.
Now, however, it’s much more manageable.
Make sure you use this to your advantage and snipe players in the 59th minute mid morning rather than peak time (7pm) on a weeknight.
Stay away from the weekends – thousands more gamers will be monitoring the market.
Manage your Squad in advance
The Web App lets you manage your match-day squad – meaning you can go into games with optimal Chemistry Styles and formation.
Plus, menus are much faster than the lag-prone console FIFA 17 user interface, so it can save a lot of time.
What are you waiting for?
For more helpful tips, check out this great article on Eurogamer