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FIFA 18 for Nintendo Switch Expected to Disappoint Fans; Color Under FIFA 17 Packs Tells If Game is Good

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New rumors have been circulating the internet claiming that the new FIFA 18 game for Nintendo Switch will be based on the Xbox 360 and PS3 editions. Meanwhile theories are surfacing that the color under the FIFA 17 FUT packs can help fans determine if the game they will buy will have good players. What colors should you look out for?

FIFA 18 for Nintendo Switch Will Disappoint Fans

Eurogamer reporter Tom Phillips told his Twitter followers that the Nintendo Switch version of FIFA 18 is based on PS3 and Xbox 360 editions as EA is still testing the waters of Switch with their new FIFA version, Express reported. This news hasn't been confirmed by EA and Nintendo yet, but this is likely to happen considering the fact that EA withdrew its support for Nintendo's Wii U after seeing poor sales. It would be a better move for EA to simply port the FIFA Xbox 360 and PS3 version, although it's not sure if Switch has the capacity to play Xbox One and PS4 ports.

Nintendo Switch will launch on March 3 at a price tag of $300 with games like "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild," "Super Bomberman R," "Just Dance 2017," and "Skylander Imaginators." Meanwhile, it could be noted that FIFA 17 for Xbox 360 and PS3 also disappointed fans since it didn't have the Frosbite Engine of The Journey, which is the new single-player story mode of the game.

FIFA 17 Packs Hints Whether It's Good or Not

Fans were disappointed when they didn't find decent players on their FIFA 17 FUT packs. Meanwhile Brazilian YouTuber Rodrigol FC has a theory that the thin color line located right under the FIFA 17 packs can help fans determine if the game has any good players, DreamTeam FC reported. He claims that some colors correspond to particular cars like 82+, 81+, and more.

Some fans tested the theory and found that the one with the color green is bad. Purple could have some good players, while the multicolor line under the pack would be the best choice.  

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