It's spooky season in Ultimate Team, and EA have gone BIG!
The new Rulebreakers promo features some of the biggest and best players from around the world - the likes of Harry Kane and Aymeric Laporte - with stats that you never thought you'd see!
And for those who don't want to chance their luck in packs then EA have you covered through this Rulebreakers Inaki Williams SBC.
Here's how to get the forward in your side today.
Inaki Williams SBC Information
In order to complete this SBC there are a few things that you'll need to know.
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Here is all the key information to help you make your decision.
Release & Expiry Date
Release Date - Friday, October 23 - 6pm UK
Expiry Date - Friday, October 30 - 6pm UK
There are not one, but TWO versions of Inaki Williams for you to choose from.
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The requirements remain the same though. Two squads. Here is what EA are asking for.
- LaLiga Santander Players: Minimum One
- Team of the Week Players: Minimum one
- Team Rating: Minimum 84
- Team Chemistry: Minimum 60
- Spanish Players: Minimum One
- Team Rating: Minimum 85
- Team Chemistry: Minimum 55
It seems strange to have a boosted Inaki Williams with less pace than his base card, but that is the joy of this new promo!
To make your life even more difficult, you have a choice to make. Do you want top tier dribbling, or top tier shooting?
Both of the Rulebreakers Williams cards have 88-rated pace, 84-rated physicality and 78-rated passing, but now there's the big decision to make.
Would you rather 90-rated shooting and 83-rated dribbling or 90-rated dribbling and 82-rated shooting?
Who to pick
If you're playing Williams as a lone, out and out striker then the decision is quite straightforward. You have to opt for the increased shooting.
However if you're looking to play Williams a bit deeper, or maybe as part of a two up top, then you may decide that the dribbling is the better option.
Whichever you pick is going to be an improvement on his base card. Yes he's slower, but not by much, and the rest of the card is significantly better than that 81-rated base card.