Speculation surrounding EA's next release is rife, and some HUGE news has just been leaked via Twitter regarding FUT Champs and the Weekend League.
FUT Champs set to be 20 games instead of 30 in FIFA 22
@FUTZONECENTRAL on Twitter has revealed that Weekend League will be getting a huge change in FIFA 22!
According to leaks, FUT Champs will be made up of 20 games in FIFA 22, rather than 30.
The information has come from the reliable @denisfut_trade.
This news is hardly surprising, with many avid FIFA players complaining that they were no longer enjoying the 30 game slog in FIFA 21 Weekend League.
In many cases, players would not even complete the 30 games, with some stopping at 17 or 20 wins every weekend.
So, the change to a 20 game Weekend League could see many players return and enjoy the competitive gameplay once more!
How to Qualify for Weekend League in FUT 22
@FUTZONECENTRAL on Twitter has also leaked some information on how the new qualifying system will work for the Weekend League in FIFA 22.
According to FUTZone, the new system to qualify for the Weekend League will be similar to Daily Knockout Tournaments.
You will only be able to afford to lose a certain number of games while having to win a certain number of games to qualify.
Furthermore, in order to achieve balance and fairness, qualifying matches for the Weekend League will be Skill Based, depending on your record in Divisions.
How will Ones to Watch cards work in FUT 22?
Ones to Watch cards have featured in the past couple of Ultimate Team seasons, and if it is anything like FUT 21 then it will be the first set of special cards on the new game.
The cards included are selected from the top summer transfers.
The cards have dynamic ratings, which means that their OVR will increase in accordance with every selection in the Team of the Week.
The card will automatically upgrade to the OVR of the in-form card.
The Ones to Watch card will not change position in line with the TOTW card.