The development team has sought to introduce a new variation in the current installment of the series with the Draft experience, which challenges gamers to use a limited number of players to create a competitive team.
But bigger innovations are required for Ultimate Team in the coming FIFA 17 to make sure that gamers stay engaged and continue buying player packs, a business that has created a very solid revenue stream for Electronic Arts.
No information has yet been offered about the football sim title that will be launched later in the year, and presumably, an official reveal will come during the events that the publisher is planning to run alongside E3 2016.
Rumor suggests that, for the first time in the past few years, Lionel Messi, the star of Argentina and Barcelona, will no longer be featured on the cover because of a commercial dispute between him and Electronic Arts.
Apparently, the video game company is looking for another big star to replace him, and the focus is currently on the greatest clubs in the Premier League.