FIFA 22 Road to the Knockouts: HUGE upgrades pending for RTTK cards

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The Road to the Knockouts cards promo has now ended in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team.

However, you'll still need to know how the live cards work and when they will be upgraded.

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So, find out all you need to know about the Road to the Knockouts promo below.

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Latest - Pending RTTK Upgrades

Some more upgrades should arrive soon after Tuesday's Champions League games confirmed boosts for a select number of stars.

Most notably, Bayern Munich sealed their third win, meaning Leroy Sane will reach 90 OVR when the upgrades arrive!

The same goes for fellow German international Timo Werner as Chelsea claimed a third win with a thumping victory over Juventus at Stamford Bridge.

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Man Utd guaranteed their passage to the knockouts too but will need to wait until the final game to try and get the third win and another upgrade for Fred.

Road to the Knockouts upgrades explained

Not sure how the new RTTK cards work? Don't worry, we have you covered.

Road to the Knockouts items are special upgraded Live Items in FUT 22 that have the potential to earn two further dynamic upgrades throughout the Group Stage of each tournament:

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TWO TIME - There are two opportunities for RTTK cards to be boosted
  1. If their team qualifies for the knockout stages of their current competition.
  2. If their club earns three wins from their four remaining Group Stage matches.

Not quite the same as the Road to the Final cards we have seen in the past, these cards are limited to a maximum of just two upgrades.

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Team 2

Road to the Knockouts Team 2 was packed full of big hitters!

Two German players, Chelsea striker Timo Werner or Dortmund's captain, Marco Reus, made the cut, with both fitting nicely into the current meta teams.

La Liga has seen some love, with Frenkie de Jong and Jesus Navas gaining upgrades which the league was crying out for.

SBC & Objectives

We had three Road to the Knockouts SBCs released, and two Objectives players.

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Dutch centre-back Matthijs de Ligt (OVR 87) was the first, and he was followed by France and Real Betis playmaker Nabil Fekir (OVR 86).

While these SBC players are good cards themselves, the way the FUT market is right now they just are not offering value for money.

Another French midfielder, Benjamin Andre (OVR 83), was released as an Objectives player and can be unlocked by completing challenges in the Live FUT Friendly: Group Stage Glory.

Team 2 saw Bernardo Silva (OVR 88) receive an SBC, with Max Kruse (OVR 84) being available via Objectives.