One of the best things about FIFA 19 is getting to gloat over your foe by looking like an idiot during a silly celebration. There are a bunch of great ones to pick from, though you’ll need to know the right button combinations to trigger them. We’ve listed the main ones below, though will be updating them to a full list once we’ve spent some more time with the game.
The Neighbourhood celebration sees a number of your team gather together, before squatting into the kind of pose you might find on the cover of a rap album. It’s silly, it oozes with swagger, and four players celebrating getting one over on your opponent is always better than one. Away from FIFA 19 Journey Rewards, those who are big fans of Ultimate Team will be pleased to learn that the mode is getting an all-new feature called Division Rivals.
Here, you can challenge players around your skill level for a chance to earn weekly rewards. Meanwhile, you can also unlock new Icons. The Icons include Johan Cruyff, Rivaldo, Steven Gerrard, and Eusebio. The UEFA Champions League is also coming to the Ultimate Team, bringing along some of the most prestigious club competitions complete with live themed content. You should be able to get those themed players soon.
So, in this vital period of the season, who shone this past week and could earn a spot in the FIFA 19 Team of the Week? 23 players will be selected on Wednesday, December 5 at 6pm BST, and receive a special in-form boost to their FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) ratings. You can challenge the squad in Ultimate Team for a coin bonus, or look to claim one for yourself in packs from the FUT store. Alternatively, you can buy and sell them on the transfer market.
Manchester City cannot be tamed, and despite Liverpool on their tails, you cannot see Pep Guardiola’s men being caught in the title race this season. Raheem Sterling was the star during November, scoring three goals as well as picking up three assists. The England winger has become Pep’s main man at the Etihad, and with Sergio Aguero (OVR 89) now 30, Sterling will be relied on more in the years and months ahead.
The cross button is Square on PlayStation 4, X on Xbox One, and Y on Nintendo Switch, in case you were scratching your head while you try to do a low cross in FIFA 19. As we build towards Christmas, domestic action across Europe is gathering pace once again, with no international breaks until spring. Over three months of the season have now passed, and league tables are an accurate reflection of the quality of the teams jostling for league standings.
The 20-year-old takes you through all you need to know about build-up play, and, more importantly, sticking the ball away on FIFA 19. If you are you looking for more about FUT 19 Account check out our website. It’s the perfect way to cap off that boyhood dream of putting one between the sticks at the Nou Camp.