The FIFA 13 Ultimate Team server is currently offline because EA Sports had to take it down due to malfunctions within the database. The server will have to be tampered with by EA staff to fix the problem as many gamers become increasingly angry with the situation.
There were restricted rare card packs that made many FIFA players angry because they were sold on for a profit. These packs typically included Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. So EA have had no alternative but to reset the game servers completely.
EA did respond to their customers on the social networking website “Twitter” saying that they are going to deal with these issues that have come about. They will have to keep the UT web app offline for the foreseeable future until these issues can be resolved.
The news came today with only a matter of days before the console versions of the game are released to the public in different regions around the world. So EA Sports will not want to hear of any other slip ups or problems in the near future.
EA basically want a real good user experience for all FIFA 13 Ultimate Team players and don’t want to rush the game. They have since apologized to their customers for the delay and plan to get things back to normal as soon as possible.