While initial reports last week indicated that a huge warehouse discovered in Ukraine full of PS4 consoles was used to mine crypto, a little further investigation established that the machines were probably used for agriculture FIFA ultimate team cards.
Is that better? Even worse? I’ll leave it to you. Ukrainian site Business did not buy the initial explanation that it is a crypto farm based on the type of machine used (PS4? Not very economical compared to graphics cards), but also on the fact that in some pictures published by the Ukrainian security forces last week you could see how game discs pop up from the console.
Sources told Business that the warehouse was actually probably used as a farm for procurement and sale FIFA Ultimate Team cards, with PS4 consoles that automatically play the game to get the currency in the game, and the coins collected or even the account itself can be resold in the market for real money.
If all this sounds like a lot of work is just done on some bills and coins, you may not be aware of how much money is being wasted FIFA communities. For example, last year the sale of EA’s Ultimate Team was over $ 1.6 billion throughout the company’s lineup, with EA specifically pointing out that “a significant part … was derived from the FIFA Ultimate Team”.
That is not overall FIFA Sale. It’s just an in-game digital sales environment FIFA The Ultimate Team mode, which is built around the idea of creating a team to play online by paying for decks of virtual cards that contain a random assortment of virtual players.
Faced with increasing control over the game mode, which many claim is simply gambling – and has resulted in total bans in regions such as Belgium—EA has recently taken steps to try to change the way Ultimate Team cards are purchased, such as allowing players to review the contents of a package before purchasing it.