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The FIFA Ultimate Team application allows users to manage various aspects of the game remotely. We tell you how to get it.
On the verge of the launch of a new video game in the EA Sports saga, the FIFA 21 Companion App is now available. As planned, this software for Android and iOS mobile devices (tablets and phones) was released on September 30, only a few days before the early trial of the title comes out for subscribers of EA Access and Origin Access (now known as EA Play). Through this application, players have the opportunity to manage various aspects of FIFA Ultimate Team, one of the most popular forms of the Electronic Arts soccer simulator.
How to download on iOS and Android
To download the application you do not need to pay a single euro. If you have an Android terminal, go to Google Play and search for the application in the search engine. All you have to do is click the download button and you can install it. The same process as if you do it on an iPhone or an iPad, only in this case you must access the App Store. In any case, we make it easier for you and we leave you the links directly for you to download it:
FIFA 21 will go on sale next October 9 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch. When PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are released there will also be a version specifically designed for these new machines. In fact, it will be the only truly next gen. Everyone who buys the title in the previous generation will be able to update for free.
Outside of some minor tweaks to gameplay, EA Sports has also introduced a handful of major fixes to make things feel like you have more control over what's happening during any given game. One of these tools - Agile Dribbling - is a brand new system that gives you more access to dominating the field at any given time. As you're making your way down the pitch with the ball, you're now able to do a lot more to fake out defenders or get the ball upfield without issue. New skill moves like bridge dribbling and ball roll fake turns have been introduced into the game and allow players to keep the ball longer while also creating space in ways that haven't been done before. General responsiveness with the ball feels much better, with certain things like stopping and going with the ball feeling way tighter than they ever have.