The Ones to Watch promo - also known as FIFA OTW will mark the launch of FUT 23 Coins a new FIFA game, and EA Sports didn't want to break tradition with FIFA 23, especially in the year in which Terminator goal robot Erling Haaland makes the move to Manchester City and FUT darling Renato Sanches takes on PSG.
In this article, we'll explain how Ones to Watch works in FIFA 23 and which cards are available during the event, how you can earn some coins and whether any of the players merit a spot in your squad.
EA Sports also dropped a couple of players who can be earned through the Objectives tab in-game. The brand new Spurs striker Richarlison is available through October 7th, for the achievement of a number of goals on Live FUT Friendlies: Continental Links. AC Milan right-back Sergino Dest is available through similar tasks during Squad Battles (or Rivals) prior to October 9th.
Two players were first removed from the squad-building challenges as well. Angel Di Maria has expired already but you weren't a part of the match due to his difficult start to life at The Old Lady (club in chaos, dismissed from Monza).
Franck Kessie from Serie A but now at Barcelona in LaLiga could be an interesting player, but seems expensive for what you're getting, especially in light of Barca's inconsistent performances. Federico Valverde's"Player of the Month SBC came out a day after and would be a great location to place any duplicates of fodder, taking longer to complete it as well.
What is the way FIFA 23 Ones to Watch work? Ones to Watch has been adjusted over time due to the fact that - whisper it - it wasn't very good and the majority of cards became pointless pretty quickly. It's not perfect However, it's better than it used to be.
The idea is to have players that were transferred during the summer can be chosen as Ones to Watch, meaning they get a special card that is released in packs, Squad Building Challenges, or Objectives. When they get an official (Team of the Week) card at their new club, it is automatically added as Ones to Watch is automatically changed to reflect their updated performance.
This is what's known in FUT terminology as a "dynamic' card, in that it's possible to alter it based on external factors. However, since the majority of OTW players did not have an excellent form (adapting to changing clubs can be difficult unless your name is Erling),
In the year 2000, EA altered the way OTW cards function. They added an "Wins to Watch' feature. This year is a (weird) World Cup year, FIFA 23's Ones to Watch cards are also eligible for an eventual 'Nations to watch upgrade FIFA 23 buy Coins .The individuals are from Serie A are the highest rated players of the league. Thus, fans should pay attention to these players when choosing teams.