New FIFA 17 Legends Ratings Revealed, Marc Overmars, Carles Puyol and More

By   /   Sep 5, 2016
FIFA 17 Legends ratings

EA has finally revealed the new FIFA 17 Legends ratings for the FIFA 17 Ultimate Team. Earlier this month, EA mentioned that there would be 10 new Legends in FUT, alongside their names but their ratings weren’t disclosed until now.

The lowest ranked among these FIFA 17 Legends ratings is 86, held by Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, the Norwegian legendary player (and manager). The other new FUT legends are mentioned below, with Spain’s Carles Puyol being ranked highest at 90.

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  • Ole Gunnar Solksjaer – 86
  • Jamie Carragher – 86
  • Luis Hernandez – 87
  • Emmanuel Petit – 87
  • Juan Sebastian Veron – 88
  • Rio Ferdinand – 88
  • Marc Overmars – 88
  • Paul Scholes – 89
  • Alessandro Del Piero – 90
  • Carles Puyol – 90

With this new list of FIFA 17 Legends ratings, the total number of FIFA Ultimate Team Legends in the game is now 76 including players like Pele, Michael Owen and Ryan Giggs. EA recently revealed ratings of some of the players in the game.

FUT Legends are available exclusively for Xbox platform, which means only players on Xbox 360 and Xbox One will be able to access them.

Some of the other new features heading to FIFA Ultimate Team 17, as announced during Gamescom 2016, include the FUT Champions where players on Xbox One, PS4 and PC compete every week to qualify for a Weekend League. Players need to win Daily Knockout for a spot in the Weekend League.

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Another exciting new addition to keep the game mode fresh are Squad Building Challenges which reward players with in-game rewards.

FIFA 17 is scheduled to release on 27th September. The latest entry in the highly successful football game franchise will be ditching EA’s commonly used Ignite Engine (for sports titles) and will be the first game under the EA Sports banner to use Frostbite 3, used in games like Battlefield 1 and Need for Speed.