FIFA 20 Ultimate Team: This one new feature will help you get cash quick

The FIFA community is elated as you can now quickly pick up FUT coins to reinvest in your squad.

Ultimate Team can be a slog at times, as you look to compete with the players out there who are diving into their wallets rather than accumulating coins organically. 

This is still a challenge, as it will still take you months of playing the game (and some pack luck) to pick up any players rated 84+, and they may not even be from a league or nation that fits into your side.

Fortunately, there is a solution this year on FIFA 20. The FIFA community has been thrilled by a new feature that enables you to get FIFA coins ASAP.

Bulk quick sale of consumables

Revealed in The Pitch Notes, EA have added an option to allow the bulk quick sale of consumables in your club. When browsing your club consumables you will have the option in the quick sell menus to remove multiple items at the same time. 

This means that every time you redeem packs, you can swiftly clear any of the consumables you don’t need and top up your FIFA coins balance, and head straight to the transfer market to spend your new cash.

We are yet to see how the bulk quick sale of consumables will be implemented – but the new FUT layout look slick Of course, it is all not good news.

With players now more likely to have more coins spend because of this, this is likely to cause transfer market prices to go up – lengthening the price between the cheap and expensive players.

We don’t know this for certain, but we will have to wait until the release of the game to see how much of an influence this has.

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Alastair Pusinelli

I am RealSport's Editor-in-Chief having covered almost everything across the board on the platform. Starting with content on football and the Chinese Super League, I have expanded into esports and gaming, via a stint as rugby editor.

With RS now focused on gaming and working alongside Gfinity, I led the site's coverage on the football titles of FIFA, Football Manager and PES. This has enabled me to cover official esports events such as the FIFA eWorld Cup, FUT Champions Cups and the Gfinity FIFA Series.

Elsewhere, I have been published in The Sunday Times and Variety magazine, as well as working in the offices of Brighton & Hove Albion FC and Hampshire CCC.