'FIFA 17' Latest News & Update: 'FIFA 17' Releases 12 Days Of FUTmas; Free Coins, Mystery Packs, 85-Rated Benteke & More Every Day

By Yang Llaneza , Updated Dec 19, 2016 07:38 PM EST
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EA's has just released a wave of Christmas treats within the "FIFA 17" Ultimate Team, dubbed as FUTmas. The game is into the holiday spirit by giving away 12 days' worth of free items.

"FIFA 17" players, just by logging in every day, will receive a gift. It may come in the form of mystery packs, coins or something else entirely, according to EA Sports. Each player will receive a special Christmas-themed kit the during their first time to log in within the FUTmas period.

Aside from that, there will be an extra bonus freebie if you access the web app. The promo also includes several new team building trials, with new player prize cards offered free. In addition, all squad requirements for Daily Tournaments and Weekend League qualifiers are lifted.

The best part of the FUTmas event is that it promised free stuff daily. The first piece of this promise is a special Christmas kit, automatically added to your account the next time you log in on PC, console or web app. In addition, use the web app to maximize "FIFA" freebies over the promo period.

So far, some players have received a four-item bronze pack on December 17 and 500 coins on December 18. Others reported scoring 5000 coins. Six SBCs 'Squad Building Challenges' have been released already including the most tempting, 85-rated Daniele De Rossi and 84-rated Christian Benteke.

The FUTmas started on December 16, although surprisingly the web app states that FUTmas will end on January 3 or 18 days after it began. EA has already given away numerous free kits for good causes in the past weeks. Remarkably, to honor several of Chapecoense players who passed away in a heartbreaking plane crash.

EA, moreover, gave out rainbow-colored kits to back the Premier League's #RainbowLaces campaign, which seeks to support LGBT people in the football community. Aside from those, "FIFA" Mobile got exclusive Games for (RED) content to aid combat AIDS, says Gamespot.

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