FIFA 18 Pro Clubs Explained

FIFA 18 Pro Clubs Explained

 

FIFA 18 Pro Clubs first details were unveiled and we are here to explain them to you. Find out the new features, images and other details.

 
 

FIFA 18 Pro Clubs Explained

 

EA SPORTS™ FIFA 18 has a number of features that make it one of the most innovative games in series history, including a number of updates to the Pro Clubs mode for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC software versions. In Pro Clubs, you can create or join an online club as a single customizable Player, and compete in ranked leagues similar to Online Seasons. As you play more matches, you’ll attain skill points that can be spent on skill tree unlockables which improve your player’s attributes.

 

FIFA 18 Pro Clubs Explained

 

Here are some of the updates EA made to Pro Clubs in FIFA 18, available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Match Lobby
We’ve added a number of features to the match lobby to make it more streamlined, user-friendly, and efficient in order to eliminate as much waiting time as possible. Now you can assign set piece takers (corner kicks, free kicks, and penalties) before the match starts and switch play styles, removing the unnecessary step of having to leave the lobby to change up your style.
 

FIFA 18 Pro Clubs Explained

 
Play Styles
To provide more flexibility, you can now create multiple play styles for your Pro Clubs Player. You can create unique styles for up to three different positions or up to three different styles for a single position, so you’ll be ready for just about any Pro Clubs match situation.
 
Skill Trees
Pro Clubs Player growth’s unique detailed skill tree gives you a host of options when setting up your player. While your Player will still gain experience through playing matches, you will also earn skill points from those matches, which can be spent to customize and grow your Player.
 
FIFA 18 Pro Clubs Explained

 
Kit Customization
Not only are the many existing Pro Clubs kits updated to the newest versions, we’ve also added 12 new colours to use when setting up your Club.

Whether you’re a longtime Pro Clubs player or completely new to the mode, be sure to check out these improvements, and all of the game’s new features and innovations, when FIFA 18 drops on September 29.

 
 

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