Besides the ability to dive straight into an exhibition game, the FIFA 16 demo also comes complete with a taste of the new FUT Draft mode, which will allow players to pay an entry fee (of either 15,000 coins, 300 FIFA Points, or 1 Draft Token) to draft a line-up full of Ultimate Team superstars for up to four matches either on or Fifa 16 coins buy offline.
Cards, Coins and FUT packs will be rewarded based on your win-loss record in each of the games you participate in, with a defeat spelling the end of that draft. In terms of hardware, the PC version of FIFA 16 doesn't require cutting edge components to get it running. If you have a Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 64-bit operating system and at the very least, an Intel Core i3 at 3.1GHz, 4GB of RAM, and an Nvidia GTX 650, you should be able to play the game fairly well at 720p.
And if you're the adventurous sort - like some FIFA 16 PC fans on EA Sports forums - then you can overclock your ailing, obsolete PC to the minimum 3.0GHz to Fifa 16 coins buy get it running.