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Get Two FIFA 21 100K FUT Teams For FREE!

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FIFA 21 has been out for less than three weeks and a lot of money has been thrown into FIFA Ultimate Team already. What if we told you that you could obtain two 100K packs for FREE? That sounds nice, doesn't it? Well, we are going to say it and here's how!

Want elite, need credits! This motto fits FIFA Ultimate Team like a glove. If you want to have Messi, Mbappé, and Co. in your team, you will have to take out the mortgage. But every now and then there is the possibility to get the coveted FIFA packs without any financial investment. We show you how you can easily get two FIFA 100K packs for bloody free, mate!

Objectives Against the AI

Objectives are the poor man's way of getting bonus packs and coins. The rewards are usually not that great, but right now you can get two 100K packs at once if you complete a set Objective. You have to score 500 goals and assist 300 with an 85 OVR team.

This sounds like a lot of work, but here's the trick: there's no specification where you must complete the Objective. Sure, it would take a long time in Weekend League or Division Rivals. However, you can complete these tasks against the AI, which opens a whole new window of opportunity. Build up a cheap 85 OVR team and play Squad Battles against the weakest AI teams. Depending on how good you are, you can complete both tasks in 30-40 games.

If you have some time to invest, you can win both 100K packs with one good weekend session. The downside of it all is that the players from these packs are unexchangeable, so you can't generate coins from them. Still, if you don't want to invest money so early, it is a good alternative to potentially get a good player or two for your FUT squad with a little luck!

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Original article by EarlyGame's Nikolas Krudewig.