FIFA Mobile players that use a Windows device got a very upsetting news. The game version for Windows is no longer supported come November 2017. This not only means that the game will not receive updates and patches anymore. It will completely shut down and become unavailable on Windows devices starting November 7. The EA team didn’t give any details about what drove them to take this decision but it’s most likely due to the fact that FIFA Mobile is doing much better on iOS and Android. The end of the game on Windows devices does not necessarily mean the end of players career. They were given a three months shut down notice.
Here’s what you need to do to continue playing on another device. The good news is that if players choose to remain loyal to FIFA Mobile on another operating system, they don’t have to start from scratch. There’s a possibility to save game progress and obtained items. Players just have to link their game account with a Facebook account. This is done in game and takes just a few minutes. If players don’t have a Facebook account or don’t want to use their private profile for the game, they can just create another one and use it to save their FIFA Mobile progress. Although the game and all its modes will be available until November, players are advised to carefully manage their funds and in game money. Any amount of currency that was not spent before November 7 will be lost. The good news is that FIFA Mobile points will not be reset if players make the transition to another device. EA officials warn the players that no refunds will be given. The FIFA Mobile Windows community is not a big one but this is no consolation for the players affected by the shutdown. The best thing they can do is to transition to another device as soon as possible.