Even though the FIFA17 competition ended just a couple of weeks ago and with the FIFA18 announcement pending, we met with the tournament's winner, Edi Basic, for an all around interview. Without any further ado, let's jump into the interview and find out what Edi has to say about the current status of the game!
Hi! I’m playing football for a club in Zagreb called “Nk Dubrava”. I’m going in high school with a specialization in physiotherapy. Lastly, when I’m not beating my friends in FIFA, I like hanging out with them in night clubs!
I started playing FIFA since FIFA 13, so that that would be since 2012.
I saw my cousin play FIFA back in the day and it looked like fun to me, so I started playing as well. Of course, my love for football was one more reason to start playing.
No, it wasn’t. I played couple of offline tournaments in Zagreb as well.
I won one of that tournaments and in the other one I finished third!
My favorite formation in FIFA 17 was 41212 narrow as it was well balanced.
I wanted to try myself in a major tournament like Vip! That would be it really!
Obviously Real Madrid because they are currently the best in the game. I prefer to put pressure on my opponent and try to get goals from any mistakes they make.
My favorite formation in FIFA 17 was 41212 narrow as it was well balanced. I had strong defense with cdm and going forward my cam was really useful. As for FIFA 18, I don’t know what formation I will use yet.
I believe that Ultimate team brings more variant teams and its more interesting and fun when you have players from different teams in one team.
It should have been much more developed and popular. From my point of view though, I think that it’s going that way as more people are getting into the game.
First of all, the main thing is to just play the game as much as possible. From the point onwards, they will have to build their own playstyle.
My first priority is to try my best at Reboot Infogamer and see where it will take me. I will try to play the game as much as I can and get more used to it, as FIFA18 is new and different to 17. As I already said, the main part of training is to just play the game as much as possible.
We would like to thank Edi for his time and wish him all the best at the live finals this November in Zagreb! For those of you who wish to contest a chance to the live finals, stay tuned as the announcement for our FIFA18 competition will be out shortly!