It is the first time that Volta Football and Pro Clubs have been merged FIFA 23 Coins into one nice section, and also share the same problems. We all know that hell is not just other people, and nowhere is this more evident than in Pro Clubs, where drop-in games are filled with players from the wing who have a hard time overcoming the AI with ridiculous calls to move the ball.
It's enjoyable to build your"create-a-pro" into a Shrek goalie with a wardrobe full of silly hats, however, when your progress is tied to your game rating, you're incentivised to perform dispossessing skill move runs that even Saint-Maximin wouldn't even bother with.
Unfortunately, FIFA's street soccer vehicles, Volta, suffers a similar fate. The proof is in the new "Take Flight" Signature Ability, which transforms you into an aerial expert. Since the power relies on collaboration and crossing, the majority users simply choose Power Strike and haphazardly smack the ball to celebrate a winning run.
The positive is that it seems that EA has listened to my pleas for an upgraded Volta Arcade, so I take full credit for the fact that it's recently been expanded to include a battle royale style that includes silly minigames and obstacle courses that are reminiscent of the best parts of Fall Guys. I'm still not convinced to only have it available during weekends, though.
Quelle surprise, Ultimate Team has received the most attention. The team training mode I've long desired has come with FUT Moments. Moments gives you bite-sized portions of FIFA gameplay with a variety of fun challenges designed to examine your form and find out how the various cards play together.
It's not yet ready but there's plenty of potential to chronicle player careers and recreate iconic moments of football's history by using this game mode. The current version includes highlights from the glorious years that included Jurgen FUT 23 Coins buy Klopp and Kylian Mbappe. However, for the year to come, it'll be exciting to see what EA's team could do with other footballing legends like Pele and 'King' Kazuyoshi Miura.