Probably up to 1.500 players can receive new cards depends on the amount of transfers that occur during the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Winter transfers. Players don’t switch between clubs only on the real life pitch. That also happens on FUT 15. Take a look at how the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Winter transfers work.
When do the new cards take place over the old ones in packs?
EA Sports don’t release them all at once. The usual expectation is for biggest part of the update to be made on the transfer deadline day, February 2nd of 2015, or else on the January 30th. However, they also release cards before and after this date.
What players will have new cards for having switched between clubs?
Here are some examples: Enzo Perez (Valencia), Elia (Southampton), Kampl (Dortmund), Fernando Torres (AC Milan), Cerci (AC Milan), Nélson Oiveira (Swansea), Levin Ostunali (Werder Bremen), Strinic (Napoli), Matt Grimes (Swansea), Ben Arfa (Nice), Doneil Henry (West Ham), Mauro Zarate (QPR), Podolski (Inter Milan), Shaqiri (Inter Milan), Gabbiadini (Napoli) e Denswil (Club Brugge).
Why can’t I find a player that was among the Winter transfers?
Probably because in the beginning of the game he played for a club that isn’t in FUT 15. Only players that were once in the game’s initial database will potentially get new cards, otherwise they won’t be there, not even if they’re moving to a FIFA 15 licensed club. Certain player stop coming from packs because he moved to a club that’s not in FIFA 15. Player transfer cards look like the same regular cards as those on the image below.
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