FIFA 23 rating season is just around the corner, with deserved upgrades and shocking downgrades set to arrive for some of football's top stars.
We've already seen some player ratings leaked, but fans are starting to wonder when we will start to see the full fifa 23 rating reveals.
Check below to find out when we think FIFA 23 ratings will start to be revealed.
LATEST - Release Date Leaked
Whilst we've already seen a number of FIFA 23 ratings leak out, we now have a leaked start date for the ratings reveals.
Sunday, September 11 appears to be the new date for the ratings revealed, with EA likely to begin by revealing the players ranked from 100-80 in this year's game.
This date is unconfirmed, but either way, we're expecting to see some new ratings officially revealed in the next week or so.
FIFA 23 Rating Reveals
With new FUT Heroes revealed and a few new Icons set to be confirmed by EA, rating reveals shouldn't be far away.
In previous years, we've seen reveals on the following dates:
- FIFA 22 - 17/09/2021
- FIFA 21 - 10/09/2020
- FIFA 20 - 09/09/2019
- FIFA 19 - 12/09/2018
- FIFA 18 - 11/09/2017
- FIFA 17 - 29/08/2016
- FIFA 16 - 04/09/2015
- FIFA 15 - 07/09/2014
- FIFA 14 - 05/09/2013
With FIFA 23 confirmed for a September 30 release date this year, we are expecting rating reveals to start filtering through roughly 2 weeks before launch.
Last year, Friday 17 September marked the first release date for player ratings, which would indicate that Friday 16 September 2022 could mark the first date in which official club ratings are showcased for FIFA 23.
The reveals will likely start with the top 100 players, with players 100-80 set to be revealed in the first slate of ratings.
FIFA 23 Top 100 Ratings
EA usually leaves any ratings reveals until last, so expect to see the ratings start to be unveiled in September.
We have seen a steady stream of reveals in previous years, so we could see a Top '100-81' style countdown this time around.
Cover star Kylian Mbappe will surely be among the top players in the game as EA's poster boy.
He is unlikely to be the very best though, with Barcelona new boy Robert Lewandowski our favourite to claim that prize, even if it is shared with Lionel Messi.