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FIFA 22 Ones To Watch cards: Team 2 Ratings, prices & release date

Ones to Watch are back in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, and we’ve got all the players, ratings, and prices you need to know about in Team 2.

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FIFA 22 Ones to Watch cards have landed in Ultimate Team, and they’re set to be a big deal for FIFA fans. Here’s everything you need to know about Team 2’s ratings, prices, and release dates.

Ultimate Team continues to be the most popular mode in the FIFA series, and the unique promotional cards like Ones to Watch each added each year go a long way in keeping players engaged.

EA has already announced the addition of FUT Heroes in FIFA 22, and the return of Ones to Watch cards will have fans equally excited.

Now, as FIFA 22 is celebrating its worldwide release, the Ones to Watch promotion is in full swing.

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FIFA 22 Ultimate Team Ones to Watch Team 2

This year it’s been a stacked transfer window with some of the biggest names in football switching clubs. While it might be worrying for mid-table sides across Europe, for FIFA fans, it means we could be store for the best Ones to Watch promo in recent memory.

Team 2 features Lionel Messi following his dramatic move to PSG and Romelu Lukaku after his return to Chelsea.

Junior Firpo, Jadon Sancho, and Joaquin Correa were then added to packs shortly after. Following the initial drop, Georginio Wijnaldum was also released as an SBC to be completed.

You can see the full Ones to Wach Team 2, including the late additions, below. It’s worth noting that prices are constantly changing, but all are correct at the time of writing.

PlayerTransferAverage PriceRating
Lionel MessiBarcelona to PSG 1.89 million93
Romelu LukakuInter Milan to Chelsea312,00088
Sergio RamosReal Madrid to PSG66,00088
Jadon SanchoBorussia Dortmund to Manchester United199,00087
Memphis DepayLyon to Barcelona149,00085
Marcel SabitzerRB Leipzig to Bayern Munich27,00084
Rodrigo De PaulUdinese to Atletico Madrid22,00082
Danny IngsSouthampton to Aston Villa10,00081
Joaquin CorreaLazio to Inter Milan13,00081
Marc CucurellaGetafe to Brighton10,00081
Fikayo TomoriChelsea to AC Milan50,00079
Ibrahima Konate RB Leipzig to Liverpool13,00078
Junior FirpoBarcelona to Leeds United9,70078
Hector BellerinArsenal to Real Betis9,70078

FIFA 22 Ultimate Team Ones to Watch Team 1

FIFA 22 Ultimate Team Ones to Watch Team 1

EA released two batches of Ones to Watch cards, the first of which are out of packs but can still be picked up on the Transfer Market.

Among them are Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo and Raphael Varane, two of the most valuable Ones to Watch cards in FIFA 22.

After the first handful of players were announced, three more OTW cards were added to packs. These were Antoine Griezmann, Leon Baily, and Thomas Delany.

See the full slate of Team 1, including the late additions, below. Again, all prices were corrected at the time of writing but may change over time.

Player NameTransferAverage PriceRating
Cristiano RonaldoJuventus to Manchester United2.9 million91
Raphael VaraneReal Madrid to Manchester United617,00086
Achraf HakimiInter Milan to PSG410,00085
Antoine GriezmannBarcelona to Atletico Madrid138,00085
Jack GrealishAston Villa to Manchester City29,00084
David AlabaBayern Munich to Real Madrid32,00084
SaulAtletico Madrid to Chelsea15,00082
Leon BaileyBayer Leverkusen to Aston Villa40,00082
Dayot UpamecanoRB Leipzig to Bayern Munich106,00082
Denzel DumfriesPSV to Inter Milan12,50082
Manuel LocatelliSassuolo to Juventus 12,50082
Thomas DelaneyBorussia Dortmund to Sevilla12,00081
Steven BerghuisFeyenoord to Ajax11,00081
Donyell MalenPSV to Borussia Dortmund23,00080

What are Ones to Watch cards?

PSG Ones to Watch players in FIFA 22

One of the biggest draws in Ultimate Team is how real, on-the-pitch action directly impacts the mode.

Ones to Watch cards are special items depicting players who have recently transferred to a new team. These players have dynamic ratings which get higher and higher to match their performances for club and country.

Each time that player is awarded a Team of the Week in-game, their overall rating will match it. For example, in FIFA 21, Ferran Torres was rated 81 but received an 84-rated in-form card. His Ones to Watch went up to the same rating and remained there for the rest of the year.

A new feature announced could also see these items get a special one-time upgrade. The ‘Wins to Watch’ mechanic means that if an OTW player’s team wins five out of ten competitive matches after October 1, they receive a rating boost of plus one.

Ones to Watch release dates

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EA is wasting no time in getting Ones to Watch cards into the game this year. The promotion kicked off on October 1, 2021, the same day as FIFA 22’s worldwide release.

The first team of Ones to Watch players went into packs on launch day, while the second lot followed on October 8, 2021.

More cards are scheduled to be released before the promotion concludes on October 15, 2021, and all Ones to Watch players are removed from packs.

FIFA 22 Ones to Watch players

That was everything you need to know about Ones to Watch cards in FIFA 22. Be sure to check back here for the latest updates.

For more FIFA 22 Ultimate Team in the lead-up to release day, check out our guides of the best defenders, midfielders, and strikers you can buy.

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New FIFA 23 FUT Hero cards revealed: Yaya Toure, Mascherano, Forlan

FUT Hero cards are set to return as an exciting item in FIFA 23’s Ultimate Team mode. Here’s a look at the players confirmed so far.

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FIFA 23 FUT Hero leaks

Ultimate Team fans will once again have the opportunity to utilize FUT Hero cards in FIFA 23 after they made their debut in FIFA 22. Here’s a list of all the FUT Hero cards confirmed to arrive in FIFA 23.

FIFA 23 will be the final game of the franchise to include the FIFA branding before EA shifts to EA Sports FC. Fans have high expectations for the game that will bring an end to the partnership’s dominant era.

While FIFA 23 is set to introduce new features like World Cup content and crossplay support, Ultimate Team fans will be happy to know that some returning features will also appear in FIFA 23.

One of these returning features is none other than FUT Hero cards. Here’s everything you need to know about FUT Hero cards in FIFA 23.

What are FUT Hero cards in FIFA 23

FUT Hero cards were a new introduction in FIFA 22 and the concept is meant to highlight incredible players of the past who never quite reached icon status.

EA picked a set of players that shared a common characteristic of leadership and respect for the clubs they played for.

These Hero items are special cards in FUT as they utilize unique chemistry attributes. They offer league-specific chemistry and provide a green club link to any player within the same league.

FIFA 23 confirmed FUT Hero cards

While EA have yet to announce every new FIFA 23 FUT Hero, they have revealed the first few stars from the Premier League that will show up.

Here’s a full list of expected FIFA 23 FUT Hero players, with new cards marked in bold.

PlayerPositionLeagueNationRating
Abedi PeleCAMLigue 1 Uber EatsGhana89
Fernando MorientesSTLa Liga SantanderSpain89
Jurgen KohlerCBBundesligaGermany89
Mario GomezSTBundesligaGermany88
Antonio Di NataleSTSerie AItaly88
Diego MilitoSTSerie AArgentina88
Jorge CamposGKLiga BBVAMexico87
Ivan CordobaCBSerie AColombia87
Joe ColeCAMPremier LeagueEngland87
Jerzy DudekGKPremier LeaguePoland86
Freddie LjungbergRMPremier LeagueSweden86
Aleksandr MostovoiCAMLa Liga SantanderRussia86
Ole Gunnar SolskjaerSTPremier LeagueNorway86
Robbie KeaneSTPremier LeagueIreland86
Sami Al-JaberSTMBS Pro LeagueSaudi Arabia86
Tim CahillSTPremier LeagueAustralia85
Clint DempseyLM/CF/STMLSUSA85
Lars RickenCM/CAMBundesligaGermany85
Yaya ToureCMPremier LeagueIvory CoastTBC
Park Ji-sungCMPremier LeagueSouth KoreaTBC
Ricardo CarvalhoCBPremier LeaguePortugalTBC
Claudio MarchisioCMSerie AItalyTBC
Landon DonovanCFMLSUSATBC
Javier MascheranoCDMLaLigaArgentinaTBC
Rafael MarquezCBLaLigaMexicoTBC
LucioCBSerie ABrazilTBC
Diego ForlanSTLaLigaUruguayTBC

So far, Yaya Toure, Park Ji-sung, Ricardo Carvalho, Landon Donovan, Javier Mascherano, Rafael Marquez, Lucio, and Diego Forlan have been confirmed, but we’re expecting plenty more to be revealed ahead of September 30. It’s also safe to assume that every FIFA 22 Hero will return, as EA look to double down on the feature this year.

FIFA 23 leaked Hero cards

Although only a handful of FIFA 23 Heroes have been officially revealed, plenty more have been leaked ahead of time.

Leakers have been slowly revealing the new names we could see in FIFA 23, and there could be some fan favorites on the way. In addition, some players like Nakata and Okocha are rumored to be downgraded from Icons to Heroes in FIFA 23.

We’ve put together all of the leaked FIFA 23 FUT Heroes we’ve seen so far below:

PlayerPositionLeagueNationPredicted Rating
Peter CrouchSTPremier LeagueEngland89
Diego SimeoneCDMLa Liga SantanderArgentina89
Dirk KuytSTPremier LeagueNetherlands89
Joan CapdevilaLBLa Liga SantanderSpain89
Tomas BrolinRWSerie ASweden89
Hidetoshi NakataRMSerie AJapan89
Jay-Jay OkochaRMPremier LeagueNigeria89

How to get free FUT Hero cards in FIFA 23

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Players will receive a free untradeable World Cup Hero card if they pre-order the Ultimate Edition of FIFA 23 before August 21.

FIFA 23 players will have the opportunity to secure a free FUT Hero card to add to their Ultimate Team squads in November. However, you’ll only receive a free untradeable World Cup Hero card if you pre-order FIFA 23 early, so don’t forget this requirement.


For more news, check out how FIFA 23 players are fearful that Ultimate Team SBCs will be a nightmare to complete.

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How to pre-order FIFA 23: Editions, prices, & bonuses

Here’s everything you need to know about pre-ordering FIFA 23, including the special editions on offer and prices.

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FIFA 23 pre-order Ultimate Edition

EA’s FIFA 23 reveal has come and gone, so here’s our guide on how to pre-order the game, as well as the editions and rewards available to players.

As FIFA 22 draws to a close, fans are already eagerly anticipating what the next iteration of the franchise will have to offer. FIFA 23 will be the final title created in tandem by EA Sports and FIFA, before the transition to EA Sports FC.

As the final joint project between the companies, FIFA 23 is expected to go out with a bang. With the gameplay reveal introducing new mechanics and changes to fan-favorite game modes, now’s the perfect time to find out how to pre-order FIFA 23.

How to pre-order FIFA 23

FIFA 23 Mbappe PSG

Physical copies of FIFA 23 will be available for purchase at retail stores worldwide, with digital copies expected to be available via your platform’s game marketplace.

The most popular retailers for those looking to pre-order a physical version of FIFA 23 include Walmart, Best Buy, GameStop, and Amazon.

PlayStation users can pre-order digital copies of FIFA 23 through the PlayStation store, while Xbox players can use the Microsoft store to purchase the game. Meanwhile, PC players should be able to find a FIFA 23 pre-order on Steam and Origin.

FIFA 23 pre-order editions & prices

FIFA 23 follows the same pre-order model as FIFA 22, so players could expect a Standard Edition and an Ultimate Edition. Here’s a breakdown of the prices players can expect to pay:

PlatformStandard EditionUltimate Edition
PS4$59.99 $99.99
PS5$69.99$99.99
Xbox One$59.99$99.99
Xbox Series X|S$69.99$99.99
Steam$69.99$89.99
Origin$69.99$89.99

FIFA 23’s official release date is September 30, 2022. However, there is a way for players to access the game three days earlier regardless of their platform of choice.

Players who pre-order the Ultimate Edition will be able to play FIFA 23 as of September 27, thanks to the three-day early access period.

FIFA 23 pre-order bonus rewards

The Standard Edition of FIFA 23 is the base version and while it doesn’t come with many perks, it is the cheapest version of the game available. On the flip side, the Ultimate Edition comes with a ton of bonus content for players to enjoy, especially for fans of Ultimate Team.

Here’s the bonus content players could expect to receive with their FIFA 23 pre-order based on EA’s FIFA 23 webpage.

BonusesStandard EditionUltimate Edition
Team of the Week 1 Player itemYesYes
Kylian Mbappe loan item (5 games)YesYes
FUT Ambassador Loan Player Pick (Son, Vinicius Jr, Davies)YesYes
Career Mode Homegrown TalentYesYes
Untradeable Ones to Watch Player Item NoYes
4,600 FIFA PointsNoYes
Untradeable FIFA World Cup FUT Hero player (before August 21)NoYes
Dual Entitlement: Free PlayStation 5 upgradeNoYes
Three Days Early Access (from September 27)NoYes

The Ones to Watch Player item will be available to players from September 30, while the World Cup FUT Hero player will be available as of November 11. It’ll be up to you to decide which version is right for you, but if you’re a fan of FUT, the Ultimate Edition will be difficult to ignore.


For more FIFA 23 news, check out everything you need to know about the Ones to Watch promo.

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FIFA 23 players fear Ultimate Team SBCs will be a nightmare to complete

Due to the drastic chemistry changes introduced to FIFA 23, Ultimate Team players are dreading the completion of SBCs.

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With major chemistry changes set to impact FIFA 23’s Ultimate Team mode, players are already convinced that completing SBCs will be a nightmare.

With the standard version of FIFA 23 set to arrive on September 30, players are excited to discover what the game’s new features have to offer. EA have been breaking down FIFA 23’s new features across each game mode ahead of the highly anticipated release.

While Ultimate Team fans are excited for FUT Moments, other changes like the ones made to team chemistry have not gone down well with the fanbase. It seems players are worried about the implications this new Ultimate Team chemistry system could have on SBCs.

SBCs have been a staple of the Ultimate Team mode for some time now. These FUT puzzles grant players valuable items and packs to improve squads. In order to earn rewards, players must submit a squad that meets certain criteria. Most SBCs will have a chemistry requirement which makes finding the correct solution a challenge.

With team chemistry set to be a thing of the past in FIFA 23, players are worried that SBCs will be an aggravating experience to complete. As one FIFA fan puts it, “More controllers will be broken trying to complete SBCs than from actual gameplay.”

Previously, players could be asked to submit a squad with a minimum chemistry rating of 80. However, this is no longer possible with FIFA 23’s shift to player chemistry.

A statement from EA confirms that players will be asked to meet new SBC chemistry requirements of either the “Total Chemistry of all Players combined, up to a maximum of 33,” or “Chemistry Points per Player between 0 and 3.”

Players have yet to come to grips with the new system of calculating chemistry, which makes the idea of FIFA 23 SBCs with the new system a daunting task on the horizon.

An example of a FIFA 23 SBC requirement would be for all players in the squad to have a minimum of two chemistry points. Given that players are used to using straightforward chemistry lines, this new system could cause a ton of frustration, especially during FIFA 23’s early days.

A post to the FIFA subreddit highlights most players’ perplexed reaction to a system that according to them, did not need changing: “The system doesn’t make sense and it’s vastly inferior to the previous system.”

FIFA 23 players will have to adjust to a learning curve when it comes to Ultimate Team SBCs, despite the fact that they believe the previous system did not require any changes. One can only hope that no controllers will be damaged in the process.


For more on Ultimate Team rewards up for grabs, check out how you can secure a free FIFA 23 Marvel FUT Hero World Cup card.

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