FIFA 22 FUT Freeze and leaks Prediction on the upcoming SBC Player

We’re saying goodbye to FIFA 22 Futmas and FIFA 22 Freeze, and welcome to FIFA 22 Versus. Old-fashioned Christmas promotions were dumped into the garbage to be replaced by FIFA 22, and were replaced by a promotion which saw ‘Ice’ and Fire’ cards being released with a range of top names. Marcus Rashford, Gabriel Jesus and Adama Traore were just three of the players who were popular in the promotion. Below, we will describe how the whole thing worked and give you the entire FIFA 22 Versus cards list.

What is FIFA 22 Freeze?

FIFA 22 Versus was a one-week promotion that offered new ‘Ice’ and “Fire cards to a selected set of players. The cards with the Fire logo were on sale in packs from December 10, 2010 until the 13th of December, which was Monday when they were replaced with Ice cards up to the 17th of December on Friday.

“Fire in the stomach or veins frozen? Hello to FUT Freeze in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, where the most formidable rivals battle to see who emerges with the most points,” said publisher EA. “From opposing playing styles to the fiercest match-ups in world football, FUT Fresze celebrates the opposing forces in football with special limited-time content in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team.”

If you pick the Ice or Fire version of one particular player All cards included in the campaign will provide the possibility of a major upgrade. Take Gabriel Jesus. His base item comes with an overall score of 83. It also has noteworthy stats like speed of 84, shooting of 81 and 86 shooting. The Versus Fire item jumps that OVR to 89, which is a jump of six attribute points with 93 speed (+9) and shooting 87 (+6) plus 91 shooting (+6) and 91 dribbling (+5). The Versus Ice item offers the same boost to dribbling, but the speed (89) is sacrificed in favor of shooting (91).

The main difference is usually related to skills moves and weak foot. Jesus Ice’s Ice item has 4 stars of skill moves and 4 stars of weak foot, while the Fire item has five stars of skill moves, however only weak foot of 3 stars. In the same way, Christian Pulisic (LW, Chelsea 85) was one of the three players to receive both items available on the first day of the promotion. His Ice item is a 5-star piece of ability to move, while the Fire item has a five stars of weak foot.

What are the highest priced FIFA 22 Freeze prices?

In the time we released this guide on the night of launch, Jesus’ Fire card was trading at 1.56 million in the transfer market. However, when his Ice card came out it was a different story. The Fire version was reduced to 1.24 million. It’s a significant loss if you made an investment at night one. This is the day I wrote this article on the 12th of January, 2013 Jesus’s Fire card is the most pricey of two with 815,000 coins. All prices are based on the transfer market for PS5 and PS4.It is

In addition to Jesus The highest priced Fire cards include Federico Valverde (CM, Real Madrid the 87) with 528,000 coins, as well as Marcus Rashford (LM, Manchester United, the Manchester United, 88) for 420,000 dollars. The same is true on the Ice aspect as well, with Jesus moving for 494,000 dollars as well as Valverde selling for 435,000 coins and you’ll need to locate 335,000 coins at in the rear of the electronic couch to be able to grab the cool version of Rashford.

Are we at the end of the FIFA22 Freeze as well as FIFA 22 Futmas?

Futmas was a long-running and well-loved, holiday FIFA campaign, which saw daily releases of new products and gave players free gifts to sign up for the Web App. It was extremely popular but was surprisingly canceled the previous year to be replaced by FIFA 21 Freeze which saw select players upgraded because of their cool personality. or something. The campaign began on the 11th of December, 2020 and ran through the remainder throughout the entire month. However, FIFA 22 Freeze and FIFA 22 Futmas are both not a success, so you’ll need be patient for FIFA 23 – or whatever the next EA football game will be named – in order to have any hope of seeing either game again.

Are there any FIFA 22 Freeze SBC or challenges to the objectives?

Inevitably, yes. Most EA promotions that are launched on a Friday night provide cards that aren’t found within packs, or in the market for transfer and instead , are unlocked through squad building challenges (SBC) or in-game goals. On Friday 10 December the FIFA 22 Versus was able to add four new items this way.

The initial FIFA 22 Versus SBC was for Christian Pulisic and offered a glimpse into how the campaign’s dynamics will be implemented after all cards have been released into the wild. You had to complete the SBC and you had the option of choosing the Ice card or Fire card. Both are rated 87 overall. an increase of five points from his regular card and both have the 93-speed rating. (Sensible since otherwise, everyone would pick the more speedy card.) Pulisic Ice’ Ice card comes with 75 shots, 87 passes and five star skill moves as his Fire card features passing 78, 90 dribbling and 5-star weak foot.

Pulisic’ SBC was followed by another on the morning of the 13th of December with one to Dries Mertens (CF, Napoli, 86).

The two FIFA 22 Versus objectives rewards were also on offer, up to 6pm on 17 December. These rewards are either Fire or Ice versions of Nicola Tagliafico (LB, Ajax, Ajax,) or Everton (LM, Benfica, Benfica,).

Where can I get the entire FIFA 22 Versus cards list?

Here, right now. As as of Wednesday, January 12 this complete FIFA 22 Versus cards list which includes versions of both Ice and Fire versions – is as the following:

  • Gabriel Jesus (ST, Manchester City) – 89
  • Marcus Rashford (LM, Manchester United) – 88
  • Jules Kounde (CB, Sevilla) – 87
  • Federino Valverde (CM, Real Madrid) – 87
  • Christian Pulisic (LW, Chelsea) (LW, Chelsea) – 87 [SBC onlyChristian Pulisic (LW, Chelsea) – 87 [SBC only
  • Joe Gomez (CB, Liverpool) – 87
  • Nicolas Tagliafico (LB, Ajax) – 86 [objectives only]
  • Angel Correa (ST, Atletico Madrid) – 86
  • Adama Traore (LB, Wolves) – 86
  • Everton (LM, Benfica) – – 86 [objectives only[objectives only]
  • Dries Mertens (CF, Napoli) – 85 [SBC only]
  • Roberto Pereyra (CM, Udinese) – 85
  • Kevin Mbabu (RB, Wolfsburg) – 85
  • Nico Schulz (LB, Dortmund) – 85
  • Alexis Claude-Maurice (CAM, Nice) – 84