Top Eleven 2017 came with another big surprise, a dramatic and drastic change on the transfer market.
We finally have the final version or the final update on the transfer market for 2017 and is very less likely something bigger to change on this and literally no chances for a “back-roll” to the old system as long Nordeus wouldn’t like to give up on months of working to the Top Eleven.
The new update is much bigger then everyone expected and actually comes with a very surprising new feature like returning tokens if you lose the auction for a player. A request that has been done thousands and thousands of times by many Top Eleven managers so far.
As you can see above, the change is quite drastic and many things have been simplified, changed, improved in a way or another but this is at the first look because not everything is perfect on the new system.
One of the first things you can notice is the new side bar from the right side, that announce the available time allowed you to bid for one of the players listed. Once the time is over, a new list of players would be available for you.
A good visual improvement has been done regarding stars showed on the player. Now you can see much easier how far is a player to reach a new star. This might not look as something very good but is actually a very useful because the time is very limited now and checking all of them one by one would take to much.
Sadly, we lost the special ability icon next to player name which showed us if a player had a special ability or not but is very likely to be added again soon. At the moment the only way to check this, is to do a manual search, one by one.
The bidding rounds has been also removed and allows you to bid anytime you want but if you bid for the player in the last 10 seconds, the time would reset back to 10 seconds so for example if you bid for X player in the last second, the auction time would go back to 10 seconds. This is indeed a more realistic interpretation of a real auction but for the game-play the old system was better.
This was just a quick introduction for the new auction market update. In the next days we will go deeper and look for the good and bad parts of this update.