The presentation of FIFA 20 Ratings has triggered the reaction of a part of the community of the EA Sports soccer simulator. According to many users of the video game forums of Reddit and ResetEra, as well as the creators of content on social media, the values expressed in the Top 100 of FIFA 20 are wrong.
Pushing many FIFA 20 enthusiasts to complain about the FUT Card ratings of the world’s top hundred players in the 2019/2020 season are the strong discrepancies between the numerical ratings on certain statistics of the most viewed champions and their “real value” .
Among those who have decided to publicly express their disappointment for the FIFA 20 Ratings we also find the same protagonists of the Top 100: as a big fan of the Electronic Arts football series, Jadon Sancho of Borussia Dortmund said he was perplexed by the value of 77 on 100 linked to precision in the passages.
Sancho’s Twitter message promptly responded to the curators of EA Sports FIFA’s official social media channels, inviting the English striker to ask himself, nicely, “what do you need the steps if you have 90 dribblings”. The other controversies unleashed by the community concern the overall evaluation difference between Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo (with a gap of one point between the FUT cards, 94 against 93 ), the values of some players (emblematic is the diatribe on the statistics of Lukaku and Icardi ) and the absence from the Top 100 of many international players.
Anyway, we remind you that FIFA 20 is destined to land on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on September 27th.
Why pass when you have 90 dribbling ?♂️?
— EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) September 9, 2019