Ones to Watch cards revealed
EA Sports have confirmed the return of Ones to Watch cards for FIFA 23 Ultimate Team.
Celebrating the biggest transfers of the summer, Ones to Watch cards are handed to players involved in the most exciting deals around Europe and have the potential to upgrade all season long, depending on how the real players perform at their new clubs.
Here’s what we know about Ones to Watch cards this year.
The first batch of Ones to Watch cards contains some huge names: Erling Haaland, Raheem Sterling, Darwin Nunez and Richarlison.
Haaland has had a ludicrous start to life at Manchester City and will undoubtedly be racking up the special cards as FIFA 23 progresses.
He took the space left behind by Sterling, who has since joined Chelsea, while Nunez and Richarlison are impressing with Liverpool and Tottenham respectively.
Ones to Watch cards will be upgraded every time the player receives a special card in game, such as a Team of the Week of Man of the Match. They will remain in their base position, even if the new special card is a different role.
FIFA 23 will also introduce ‘Wins to Watch’, a one-time upgrade to a player’s stats if their team wins three matches out of their next eight league games, starting from September 30.
Cards will also be upgraded in relation to the World Cup later this year. ‘Nations to Watch’ will see OTW items given a one-off upgrade if their national team wins one game at this winter’s tournament, regardless of whether the player in question scored, played or was even part of the squad.
WATCH: EA Sports release trailer video for FIFA 23
EA Sports have declared the delivery date for both the Standard and Ultimate releases of the game as it will be the 30th and the last FIFA game created by EA SPORTS.
The series will be called EA Sports FC as of the following year.
Sending off September 30 with HyperMotion2, both genders FIFA World Cups, Women’s Club Football, Cross-play, and that’s just the beginning:
It has been declared that this will be the initial time fans of the famous computer game will incorporate both World Cups – from the ladies’ and men’s game.
The cover graphics will feature Chelsea’s Sam Kerr and Paris Saint-Germain’s Kyliann Mbappe.
Maybe the greatest declaration with FIFA 23 is that there will likewise be cross-play for players across various console. That implies PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC, and Google Stadia players will actually want to enter online matches with others on any of these gaming gadgets.
Trailer video above!
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Jurgen Klopp rolled out eight changes for the clash in Singapore having experienced a humbering loss to Manchester United to start their tour, while Patrick Vieira picked practically every senior player accessible to his drained side.
The Eagles began splendidly as Odsonne Edouard threatened down the left and locked onto a header opportunity from a Luka Milivojevic free-kick, which was gently aimed at Adrian.
Liverpool picked up ten minutes and drove through Henderson after the Reds reused a corner and Harvey Elliott tracked down his skipper for a fine finish across Vicente Guaita.
The objective started Jurgen Klopp’s group into life as Palace attempted to get Jean-Philippe Mateta into the game front and center.
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