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FIFA 23 Fantasy FUT Update & Leaks

FIFA 23 Fantasy FUT Leaks

After making its debut in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, the Fantasy FUT promo is set to make a return to FIFA 23.

The Fantasy FUT promo is expected to launch soon. And based on all the leaks we’ve seen so far, Fantasy FUT looks set to make up for last week’s absence of Ultimate Team promotions.

In FIFA 22, the Fantasy FUT promo consisted of two teams featuring boosted dynamic player items that could upgrade even higher based on real-life individual and team performances, in some cases upgrading by plus three overall ratings. Upgrades are going to be even bigger this time around, with FUT Heroes also part of the promo.

Here’s a round-up of the latest FUT Fantasy leaks, confirmed release date and the new upgrade system.

FIFA 23 Fantasy FUT release date

One of the three Fantasy FUT-themed loading screens contains a countdown to the promo’s release in FUT, confirming that the Fantasy FUT promo will begin on Friday, March 3 at 1pm ET.

We expect that the promo will have two squads released over a two-week period, with the promotion concluding on Friday, March 17 at 1pm ET. The loading screen also showed two different Fantasy FUT card designs, potentially hinting at a new type of player item being included.

FIFA 23 Fantasy FUT upgrades

In FIFA 22, Fantasy FUT players were able to earn up to +3 overall upgrades based on individual and team performances over the five domestic league games following the promotions release. The first +1 OVR upgrade was if they made three appearances in the five domestic league games, the second +1 OVR upgrade was if they make an appearance in a team win in one of the five domestic league games, and the third +1 OVR upgrade was if attackers and midfielders either scored or assisted whilst defenders and goalkeepers keep one clean sheet in the five games.

According to a FUT 23 loading screen, FIFA 23 will have a new and improved upgrade system for Fantasy FUT. According to the loading screen, there are now four upgrade opportunities as well as the ability to earn three new traits.

These are the four ways that Fantasy FUT players can upgrade in FIFA 23 after each player has been released.

  • +1 Upgrade: One win in the next six domestic league games
  • +1 Upgrade: Three appearances in the next six domestic league games
  • +1 Upgrade: Two goals or assists (Attackers/Midfielders) or two clean sheets (Defenders/Goalkeepers) in the next six domestic league games
  • +1 Upgrade and three new traits: Avoid defeat in the next six domestic league games

FUT Heroes will also be included in the promo, receiving Fantasy FUT Heroes player items. The Heroes will only be eligible for two of the four possible upgrades due to them not being able to make appearances or be involved in goals or clean sheets.

FIFA 23 Fantasy FUT leaks

The leaks come from reliable leaker @FutSheriff. According to him, Fantasy FUT could be one of the best of FUT 23 with FUT Heroes set to be included in the promo, but with a twist.

Each FUT Hero item included in the Fantasy FUT promo will receive upgrades based on a team they represented in their playing career, though they will not be listed as a player for that club, with the most logical option being a FUT Heroes league. As well as the FUT Heroes, the leaker has revealed a handful of players that are also reportedly set to feature. Here are the latest Fantasy FUT leaks.

  • David Ginola (FUT Hero) – Performance upgrades based on Newcastle United
  • Ivan Cordoba (FUT Hero) – Performance upgrades based on Inter Milan
  • Abedi Pele (FUT Hero) – Performance upgrades based on Marseille
  • Joan Capdevilla (FUT Hero) – Performance upgrades based on Villarreal
  • Ledley King (FUT Hero) – Performance upgrades based on Tottenham
  • Lars Ricken (FUT Hero) – Performance upgrades based on Borussia Dortmund
  • Peter Crouch (FUT Hero) – Upgrades based on Liverpool
  • Sami Al-Jaber (FUT Hero) – Upgrades based on Al-Hilal (SBC)
  • Harry Kewell (FUT Hero) – Upgrades based on Leeds United
  • Alexis Sanchez (Marseille)
  • Marcos Llorente (Atletico Madrid)
  • Fernando (Sevilla)
  • Said Benrhama (West Ham United)
  • Amine Gouiri (Rennes) – Objective
  • Kamal Miller (Impact Montreal)
  • Armand Lauriente (Sassuolo)
  • Christopher Trimmel (Union Berlin)
  • Amath Ndiaye (Mallorca)
  • Angelio (Hoffenheim)
  • Milan Skriniar (Inter Milan)
  • Memphis Depay (Atletico Madrid) – SBC
  • Alexander Isak (Newcastle United)
  • Dele Alli (Besiktas)
  • William Saliba (Arsenal)
  • Fabian (Paris Saint-Germain)

None of these players are yet to be confirmed to feature in the promo by EA, so we won’t know if they are included until the official release. We also don’t know if these players are leaked to come in Team 1 or Team 2 of the promo.

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Community TOTS Revealed in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team

FUT 22 Community TOTS

The people have spoken, the votes are in, FIFA 22 Ultimate Team players have voted on which players are to receive an upgraded Team of the Season(TOTS) card.

What is Team of the Season?

Team of the Season has been one of the most popular FIFA Ultimate Team promotions over the years. TOTS celebrates the greatest players around the world based on their performance during the 2021-2022 season.

Voting ran from April 17 to 20. The players with the highest number of votes are four attackers, five midfielders, five defenders, and one goalkeeper, that group will be the players featured in the Community TOTS promotion.

Can I still vote?

Players can currently cast their vote to select the best Bundesliga players. The voting will be open from now until May 1 and the team will be revealed on May 13.

Voting for LaLiga players will start on May 3 and will be the last community-open voting to decide what players will receive a TOTS cards. The LaLiga TOTS will be announced on May 20.

The promotion’s releases will end with the Ultimate TOTS being revealed on June 10.

EA also released two objectives that reward players with a 90-rated TOTS version of Daniel Parejo from Villareal and an 89-rated TOTS Mauro Júnior from PSV. Players can also complete a squad-building challenge to get a 90-rated TOTS Giacomo Raspadori from Sassoulo.

Who were the winners?

Attackers

  • LF: 92-rated Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace)
  • ST: 96-rated Luis Suárez (Atletico Madrid)
  • ST: 89-rated Karim Adeyemi (RB Salzburg)
  • ST: 90-rated Gerard Moreno (Villareal)

Midfielders

  • CDM: 91-rated Fred Santos (Manchester United)
  • RM: 92-rated Serge Gnabry (Bayern Munich)
  • LM: 92-rated Yannick Carrasco (Atletico de Madrid)
  • CDM: 90-rated John Mcginn (Aston Villa)
  • CM: 90-rated Maxence Caqueret (Lyon)

Defenders

  • CB: 94-rated Aymeric Laporte (Manchester City)
  • CB: 88-rated Jean-Clair Todibo (OGC Nice)
  • LB: 88-rated Tyrick Mitchell (Crystal Palace)
  • CB: 89-rated Conor Coady (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
  • RB: 88-rated Tino Livramento (Southampton)

Goalkeepers

  • GK: 95-rated Hugo Lloris (Tottenham Hotspur)

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FIFA 22 Ultimate Team TOTW 32 is Live

You can now get your hands on the FIFA 22 Ultimate Team Team of the Week 32 cards. This week’s set includes Gabriel Jesus, Kevin Trapp, and Andrew Robertson.

The Team of the Week promotion offers upgraded cards of the players who had big weeks in real life games. This weeks cards will only be available to be pulled until next Wednesday when the next round of TOTW players drops.

You can quick-sell the low rated TOTW cards for almost 10,000 coins or use them to complete squad-building challenges since most ask for at least one TOTW card as part of the completion conditions.

Here’s the full list of all of the TOTW 32 cards added to FIFA 22 Ultimate Team today:

First team

  • GK: 87-rated Kevin Trapp (Eintracht Frankfurt)
  • LB: 90-rated Andrew Robertson (Liverpool)
  • RB: 86-rated Hamari Traoré (Rennes)
  • CB: 84-rated Philipp Lienhart (SC Freiburg)
  • LM: 86-rated Iker Muniain (Athletic Club)
  • CAM: 85-rated Kevin Volland (Monaco)
  • CM: 84-rated Hakan Çalhanoglu (Internazionale)
  • CM: 84-rated Houssem Aouar (Lyon)
  • RW: 87-rated Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City)
  • LW: 84-rated Jesús Corona (Sevilla)
  • LF: 84-rated Max Kruse (VfL Wolfsburg)

Bench

  • GK: 85-rated Nick Pope (Burnley)
  • CB: 81-rated Yunis Abdelhamid (Stade de Reims)
  • LF: 84-rated Luis Muriel (Atalanta)
  • ST: 84-rated Deniz Undav (Royale union SG)
  • LW: 84-rated Rafael Leão (Milan)
  • ST: 84-rate Borja Mayoral (Getafe)
  • ST: 81-rated Serdar Dursun (Fenerbahçe)
  • RWB: 69-rated Dariusz Pawlowski (Górnik Zabrze)
  • RM: 80-rated Cristian Espinoza (SJ Earthquakes)
  • CAM 78-rated Florin Tanase (FCSB)
  • LM: 75-rated Stefan Lex (1860 München)
  • RM: 73-rated Mohamed Ofkir (Sandefjord)

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