FIFA 22: the official Overall of the best players unveiled
EA Sports has just revealed which are the best players who “are in the game”: here are the first overall values of the FIFA 22 champions.
The dedicated site of Electronic Arts just revealed i official overall values of the best players from FIFA 22. If you want to know which are the top players to bet on, then, you have arrived in the right place, but if you want more specific values you will have to wait: they will not arrive before this autumn.
We speak, in fact, of the September 9. Only then will we have the rankings for the best 1000 players, for the best goalkeepers, the fastest players, the strongest players, the best in passing and, last but not least, the free throw aces. The game’s official release date, for the first time with a female voice, is scheduled for October 1st.
Moving on to the official overall values of the best FIFA 22 players, the ranking starts with Lionel Messi in first place with a rating of 92, followed by Cristiano Ronaldo, Robert Lewandowski, Kevin De Bruyne, Kylian Mbappé, Jan Oblak and Neymar Jr., all at odds 91. Ironically, Neymar gave us some talk for the late PES.
The ranking of the football simulator then continues with Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mané and Marc-André Ter Stegen, whose evaluation is equal to 90. Subsequently, Virgil Van Dijk, Alisson, Ederson, Joshua Kimmich, Sergio Ramos, Manuel Neuer, Karim Benzema, Casermiro, Thibaut Courtois, Harry Kane and Bruno Fernandes are at altitude 89.
Finally, Sergio Aguero, N’Golo Kanté, Jadon Sancho and Raheem Sterling fared worse, whose evaluation is equal to 88. The last name reminds us of the European final, to which none other than the official Twitter account of PlayStation Italia dedicated a post in which he congratulated the national team.
If we lingered for a small one digression on Neymar Jr. it is no coincidence. With bizarre timing, in fact, only one day after the announcement of his role from celebrity endorsement for the rival series it was announced by Konami that the latter would switch to a free-to-play model with the new name of eFootball (hence the “was PES”).
We do not know if Electronic Arts will decide to follow the same path, but given the mechanics in place we would say that the publisher is well underway.