Fans can already start trading their players on the new service
The FIFA Ultimate Team 14 Web App is now live, as Electronic Arts' Sports division has finally wrapped up the maintenance it needed to transition the online application to the content from FIFA 14.EA's FIFA franchise is a huge success not only because of its regular football simulation mechanics or the different single-player and multiplayer features, but also because of the FIFA Ultimate Team system that allows gamers to collect and trade players online.
Now, after lengthy offline periods and some inactivity during which EA prepared the service for the launch of FIFA Ultimate Team 14 for FIFA 14, the new experience is finally available via the Web App.
It can be accessed at this link and a photo has already been posted by EA via the FIFA Twitter account.
FIFA 14 is out on September 24 in North America and September 27 in Europe, for PC, PS3, Xbox 360, and other platforms. It will also debut for the PS4 and Xbox One in November.