One reason for the long-term success of FIFA 15 might be the fact that gamers are still discovering new and interesting ways to use the core mechanics of the game to create great goals, some of which would be very hard if not impossible to replicate in the real world.
The new set of player created moments delivered by the team at EA Sports also benefits from the soundtrack, which is Spark To Start created by The Spitfires.
The Goals of the Week footage also shows that players can create cool gameplay situations using a variety of players and the particular skills of each of them.
At the moment EA Sports is continuing its long-term effort to keep gamer interest in FIFA 15 high.
The studio is making sure that star players, including Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi, have affordable prices and it is also introducing more ways to earn coins that can be spent in the Ultimate Team mode.
But the company is also getting close to the moment when FIFA 16 will be officially announced.
Madden NFL 16 recently was shown off via a high-profile cover vote, won by Odell Beckham Jr.
A similar strategy might be followed for FIFA 16, culminating in the reveal of a gameplay focused video.