FIFA Mobile makes Hazard perfect player, adds Daily Objectives


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  • Monday, 03 Apr 2017

Daily Objectives encourage FIFA Mobile players to stay involved by completing a set of specific activities and earning in-game rewards.

An official update to the iOS build of FIFA Mobile Soccer has tweaked the stats of Chelsea and Belgium player Eden Hazard to make him the game's best, while there's a new reason to check in every day.

The fifth update for FIFA Mobile (2016 edition) adds Eden Hazard as the game's new cover athlete and makes him the first player to receive an overall rating of 100 according to the mobile app's internal metrics.

Daily Objectives encourage FIFA Mobile players to stay involved by completing a set of specific activities and earning in-game rewards, while AI has also been polished to improve the relationship between a soccer athlete's stats and their performance during matches.

An update for Android devices is expected to follow shortly via the Google Play store.

Borussia Dortmund and Germany player Marco Reus had been the FIFA Mobile cover athlete upon its October 2016 launch, as he is for console and computer game FIFA 17; along with Colombia and Real Madrid's James Rodríguez and France and Manchester United's Anthony Martial, Reus and Hazard are official ambassadors for FIFA 17.

Eden Hazard currently ranks joint 10th top goalscorer in the English Premier League's 2016/17 season on 11 goals, collecting a Player of the Month and a Goal of the Month trophy in the seven months since the season started in August – only Chelsea coach Antonio Conte has won more monthly accolades over the season to date. —  AFP Relaxnews
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