EA offers FIFA 21 Ultimate Team players a free David Beckham card on all platforms except Nintendo Switch.
Playing FIFA 21 at any time between December 15, 2020 and January 15, 2021 will earn you a non-tradeable David Beckham for use in FUT. This is a card that reflects Real Madrid’s ponytail Beckham’s league debut against Real Betis in the 03/04 season (he also scored on his debut).
(Beckham’s evaluation of non-tradeable cards reflects Liga’s debut at Real Madrid, EA said. The evaluation reflects his upcoming icon card, reflecting three different eras of his career. It is different from the evaluation of.)
Beckham will also be in Volta mode as a groundbreaking person.
EA did a big deal with Beckham. The FIFA 21 Standard Edition will be temporarily updated on the PlayStation and Xbox storefronts with a digital-only Beckham Edition cover.
Beckham’s announcement reinforces recent data mining that suggested that Dua Lipa and Lewis Hamilton would somehow hit FIFA 21.
Ultimate Team fans will be offered a free Beckham card, but when it comes to EA’s Cash Cow, Nintendo Switch fans are once again left behind in the cold.
Switch fans have been criticizing EA for some time in a hassle-free legacy edition of FIFA. The gameplay of FIFA 21 Nintendo Switch Legacy Edition is exactly the same as FIFA 20 on Switch, but with the exception of the latest kits, clubs and teams, there are no new developments or significant enhancements. FIFA 21 is Switch’s second legacy edition, based on the FIFA 18 legacy edition released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 after everyone migrated to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Ultimate Team is included in Switch’s FIFA 21, but it’s a significant reduction compared to the versions found on other platforms. There are manager tasks, single player and online seasons, single player and online tournaments, single player and online draft, online single match, squad formation challenges, but there is no important way to play ultimate teams such as squads. Battle and division rivals.