Campaign mode isn’t something necessarily feels like it should be inside a soccer game. Strategy games or RPGs, sure. FIFA Mobile? Mot a great deal.
But it’s really merely a name, and Campaign mode would be the single-player content you might have been wishing for in FIFA Mobile for quite a while. Let’s check out what it is and why should you play it from the game’s year.
The Campaign is made series of solo events that unfold over a map with nodes which contain either matches or skills challenges. Campaign matches might be one half of the game, an entire game or something that is in-between, and several of them begin with either you or even the AI ahead by way of a goal or two. Skills challenges may be anything from dribbling to passing to taking penalties.
Playing throughout the first Campaign map, Training Camp, gets you commenced on unlocking others. Most of these are regional maps, comprising multiple chapters against increasingly difficult opponents coming from a certain country or region around the globe. Knocking out nodes with a Campaign map earns you coins, XP and players. Continuing on complete all chapters of the region grants better still rewards, and also, since some of the maps have multiple paths, there’s a good amount of solo content and keep you engaged for months.
A few special Campaign maps warrant a particular mention. The League Rewards map is to try and can turn in League Rewards earned in League versus League (LvL) play for exclusive rewards, you start with an Elite Dele Alli. The Road to Champion map is more of an guide to all elements of FIFA Mobile, and may be the only place as of this article to get the stuff you need to level up the Elite Cristiano Ronaldo you will get for completing this season’s tutorial.
Campaign isn’t really the only new mode in FIFA Mobile due to this fall, but it’s usually the one you’ll probably finish up playing one of the most and can most consistently be relied upon to further improve your team. It’s the perfect time to get stuck in, as it were.