FIFA 21: Overview Of The Players’ Ratings

Electronic arts has published the list of the top rated players in FIFA 21 on September 10. As usual, they made the announcement on Twitter. Let us review that list. The “faces” of FIFA 21 are obviously all in the list. Kylian Mbappé of PSG has a 90 rating, Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold an 87, Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland an 84 and Athletico Madrid’s João Félix an 81.Those ratings are not surprising when you look at those players’ results last season. The rest of the list does not offer many surprises.

Some of the best players of the moment dominate the top 5 of the list. Barcelona FC’s Lionel Messi is the first with a rating of 93. The second best is Juventus’ (Piemonte Calcio in the game) Christiano Ronaldo with 92. At the third place, we have this year UEFA Champion’s league winner Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich. The fourth player is Manchester city’s Kevin De Bruyne with 91. Finally, the fifth player at the top is Paris-Saint-Germain’s Neymar Jr with a rating of 91.Overall, the best teams have players in the top 100.

Liverpool FC, the premier league current champion, has three players in the top 10. Virgil Van Dijk, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane with a rating of 90 each. The Mersey team’s excellent results during the last seasons had positive effects on the players’ ratings. They have ten players in the top 100. It is one of the teams with the most top-rated players in the list. Other teams like Bayern Munich, Barcelona FC, Paris-Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, Juventus FC or Manchester City also have many players in the top 100.

Overall, the list reflects the results of real-life players. However, some players have already complained about their rating in the game. Inter Milan’s Romelu Lukaku for example, is particularly upset about his rating of 85. According to him, that number is part of Electronic art’s strategy to promote the game. FUTeamGo offers you cheap FUT 21 coins and players to help you build the ultimate team.

NBA 2K21: Ups And Down

Let us start by the true MVP of the game, the MyTeam mode. MyTeam mode features new modes like Limited and Unlimited 2.0. You can only play the Limited mode from Friday to Sunday. The rules change every week and your objective is to win a champion’s ring every week. At the end of a season, you get different rewards according to the number of rings you earned during that season. If you win every rings of a particular season, you get a very rare card. You can only play with specific cards every week. Those cards will have a ring badge to identify them.

In Unlimited 2.0 you must make your way through nine leagues with 12 matches each. At each level, you must win a specified number of matches in order to progress to the next one. If you do not win a minimum number of matches in a league, you will be demoted. You will win a special reward if you win the 12 matches of the last league. Each season will have different rewards and your progress will be reinitialized at the start of a new season. These modes will keep the fans on edge during the game’s lifetime.

In terms of actual gameplay for MyTeam, NBA 2K21 will introduce new features. You can now exchange you cards and obtain different rewards. The value of the cards you exchange will dictate the importance of your rewards. The Badge customization system as well as the customizable evolutions have made a comeback this year with improvements. It is difficult to express how entertaining MyTeam is in a single article, but it is one of the best reasons to get the game.

On the other hand, the new shooting system was not a great success. Even Damian Lillard has expressed his disappointment on Twitter. Unfortunately, he is not the only one who struggles with the new system. This has prompted a rapid reaction from 2K games. They have released a hotfix patch on September 06 in order to help the fans who are having difficulties shooting. MTStacks will help you in your quest to build the best team with the best price of NBA 2K21 MT coins.