Are the comments being "understood" though?
I'm not too sure where I stand. As someone who can't afford to pay for FP's I'm forced to play games anyway, then trade up through low-rated golds an a couple of weeks ago I finally managed to start IF trading. Bought and sold Shawcross a few times and found I could make some Fifa 16 coins from Skertl (or however you spell it).
I bought 11 (took ages uses auctions). First one sold at double what I bought, and thought I could finally afford a high-end team after I was done with them.
Now I'm forced to sell at LOWER what I bought at. I stand to lose 100k at least. Pittance for most, but for me it's like having the rent go up mid-september. This coupled with making Online Seasons packs 'Untradable' have ended any hope I had of having a high-end team. I can't make any coins unless I buy packs using FP's, which I can't afford.
How is that making players more affordable to ALL users? EA needs to change that bit it to 'more affordable for people who have the most disposable income'. Not exactly a level playing field, but a great decision to tell the shareholders about. This smacks of being a decision based purely on business. When FIFA16 comes around I have to make my own decision. Do I buy it day one, knowing I'm already behind most of the player base due to my income?
Or do I buy something else? Maybe a game that doesn't require 'In-app' purchases to advance, because that's what FUT16 will be to me.