FIFA 16 is coming out very soon and for many players, the struggle on whether the FIFA 16 Super Deluxe Edition is worth it or not, is very real.
To recap, this is the most expensive version of the game to buy and it is only available digitally – i.e, you can’t buy it in shops or find it in your local supermarket like Tesco or Morrisons.
It will set you back £79.99 on PS4 and Xbox One and for that price EA will be giving you 40 Jumbo Premium Gold packs for FIFA 16 Ultimate Team.
The issue that many players have though, is that you won’t be getting these 40 packs all at once. Instead EA will be handing them out once a week, for 40 weeks which is fair in our opinion.
While some argue that since they are paying more they should get the packs instantly, others see the logical side of things in that it would just make the game unbalanced if a certain pool of users start FUT after going on a 40 Jumbo pack opening marathon.
It all comes down to whether you want those Jumbo Packs or not as a booster, or if you are a player that prefers to grind. Each Jumbo Premium Gold pack that you open once a week will contain a total of 24 cards – 20 of them being gold players with 7 of them being rare players.
If you are ready to buy you can head to the PlayStation Store and Xbox Live Marketplace now to place your order. If you live in the UK and are wondering is the FIFA 16 Super Deluxe Edition worth it, give us your thoughts on the debate below.
Are you happy to receive 40 packs over 40 weeks, or is this a problem for you?
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