The innovative Pacybits FUT 20 mobile game, an unofficial companion to FIFA Ultimate Team, is a football team building simulator and therefore demands a different approach from the start. The tips and tricks for the genres of video games we're used to are mostly focused on finding the best ways to optimize your game and gather and/or use your resources in the best way possible. And, while the same goals can be set for this title, the whole thing has a unique style of play.
This is the final installment of the now acclaimed FUT series. The construction of football teams is done via maps. So this game kind of uses card collector gameplay, but it also simulates football matches in real time, showing only the highlights of the players and controlling only a small part of the match. excluding preparation. You recruit The players, decide your formation, perform The free kicks and The penalty shootouts, and much more by participating in certain The games offered in many modes.
The first thing you need is to create a solid foundation with at least 100 or more cards. The game offers unlimited free packs to get you on your way, so you should open as many as you can. Once you hit the three-digit card count, you can start playing Versus mode, either against online players or against the AI. New gamers are always recommended to get into AI to understand the particular gameplay elements of the game.
Keep in mind that while the My Packs tab gives The Unlimited Packs, the really good cards, like Rare and Legendary cards, come from The Packs you buy from the Store, and can be purchased with your Coins and/or Credits , save them! You also get a free daily special pack, which requires you to watch an ad open, so always do that.
The rarest cards come from the game's SBC mode, which has you trading an entire squad of cards you've created for a single extremely rare random card. This is another reason why you should build your deck as much as possible. You can also swap a squad for a player from a specific league, but depending on which player you want, you'll need to meet other conditions.
More is more, forget about “less”
If there's one rule that wants to be good at FUT 20, then it should be: MORE CARDS! The more cards you have, the better off you are, just like in other collector games. Of course, in this game, your players, i.e. their cards, all need to be tuned up in order to raise these two important stats of your team – i.e. ranking and chemistry.
Notation and chemistry – which is more important?
Basically, team ranking is a more important stat before you hit at least 80, but after that you should get into chemistry. That's why it's imperative to get very rare cards with high scores, as they will give your team a high enough rating, giving you more room to build your chemistry. So when your score is above 80, you may be able to sacrifice a strong player card for a card that is perhaps weaker, but with better alignment with your team.
Chemistry – yellow and green lines
Chemistry is built by adding players to your team that are related in some way, either by nationality, in the same league, or even if they belong to the same team, which is the most common occurrence. very rare. When these players are adjacent to each other in your formation, they form a yellow line between them. In order for these connected players with yellow lines to form green connections, they must also be placed in their original position, while remaining adjacent to the appropriate players mentioned. The more green lines you have, the better off you are as they will quickly strengthen your chemistry team.
Herein lies the first real tip for getting the rarest cards. Once you've opened enough free packs and collected over 100 cards, you should be looking to form National Teams. National teams aren't too difficult to form and they will have naturally high chemistry. After that, you can sacrifice it in SBC mode, which will often require the team you're trading to be made up of players of the same nationality and/or perhaps an additional condition.
Get The Coins
To maintain all the mentioned habits of building teams and exchanging them for really good cards, you will need a lot of coins. The basic and some of the best ways are to continue playing this Draft mode, either online or against the AI. The other is to complete all of your daily and weekly missions. Both can be done in single player mode and generate high resources as well as higher level cards.
The online draft is also good as it features player ratings and leaderboards. The higher your league, the higher the rewards. They bring high coins, a small number of tokens, and even special packs.
Also, building your decks and opening cards increases their fundamental value which can be exchanged for coins. It's a slow way, but one that guarantees a profit. However, good cards that you don't have a use for are best saved for the Trade feature. Unlocking badges in the Redeem feature is also the way to go. They are unlocked by earning certain achievements, which range from collecting a certain amount of in-game currency to completing other in-game challenges that you deem best suited for your particular situation.
Management The highlights and strategy
Now, of course, you have to keep winning to get big rewards. For this, you need to have a good team assembly, but you also need to successfully manage the highlights of the match, such as free kicks and your team's strategy. It depends on your knowledge of the players you have on your team and their stats. If you have a good midfield and good forwards, and by good we mean both scoring and chemistry, you can try the Attack strategy, but you'll probably consider the Balanced strategy the best all the time. You can choose defense if you are leading the game and the game is coming to an end, to hold the advantage and win.
When a scoring chance arises, you will need to momentarily instruct the player with the ball to do two things: Shoot or Physical. This is where your knowledge of The Player Cards comes in, as you should aim for a higher score. If the player in question is, say, Maradona, you would naturally opt for shooting rather than physical, as that is his best stat. Defending or taking the penalty, in this regard, is mostly down to luck, but of course the higher the stats the more likely you are to pick the right ground for the ball.