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Nations to Watch players don't even have fut 23

  • Even better, Nations to Watch players don't even have to be selected as a member of their national team to get the boost FIFA 23 coins, so when Gabriel Jesus somehow doesn't make it into Brazil's team, and his countrymen score an upset in Qatar then the Arsenal hitman will still get an additional +1.

    It is also important to note it is important to note that Ones to Watch players do not receive upgrades in conjunction with other promotional cards. Thus, if Tyler Adams gets some sort of wild 90+ card in April in a new promotion dubbed Factsmashers or something else you're looking at, your OTW is not upgraded accordingly. (Sorry Tyler. If it makes you feel any better, you are in virtually everyone's preorder OTW bundle.)

    The peculiar transfer market pattern meant that it was not always practical or cost-effective to include good promotional players to your team even within a couple of days after they came out. That may yet prove to be the case with FIFA 23, but for right now, the top Ones to Watch players are going to cost you an enormous price. As they've been given no updates at all It is difficult to recommend spending any coins on them.

    At the bottom of the scale, Nico Schlotterbeck from Borussia Dortmund has a price of around 14k about 4k higher than his sell price cheap FUT 23 coins. Schlotterbeck is a decent start centre-backbut doesn't have the well-known 'long running type. despite Dortmund's lack of form, it is easy to imagine that he will be a candidate for an upgrade to the Wins to Watch upgrade in the coming weeks.