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07-26-2013, 05:54 AM #1
EA plans to launch initiatives to help players transition to next-gen consoles
EA’s Frank Gibeau has confirmed that EA is planning on launching initiatives to help players transition to next-generation consoles this holiday season.
"We’ve launched an initiative to help players transition to the new consoles. We want to make moving day a lot easier by allowing players to carry forward their achievements. And there’s much more to come. The point is we are listening, and we are changing."
Their first initiative has already been announced with FIFA 14. For that game, your ultimate team stats will carry over between current and next-generation consoles.
"Fans will be able to access their FIFA 14 Ultimate Team full roster, in-game items and in-game currency (coins) from either console: between Xbox 360® and Xbox One, and between PlayStation®3 and PlayStation®4. All changes made in FIFA 14 Ultimate Team will be reflected in both consoles so fans will be able to compete with their squads on either console throughout the season.
In addition, fans who begin their FIFA 14 Ultimate Team experience on the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 will maintain their current division in Seasons mode on the new consoles. After the new consoles launch, fans who complete their current division matches and their current tournaments on one console, will earn status that will be recognized on both consoles: between Xbox 360 and Xbox One, and between PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Fans also have a one-time choice to transfer their FIFA Points between Xbox 360 and Xbox One, and between PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4"
Read More: http://nextvg.com/2013/07/24/ea-plan...-gen-consoles/
07-26-2013, 08:38 AM #2
Knowing EA, it'll cost us $9.99 to do any type of transfers between consoles.