FIFA 23 Ultimate Team is about to shake up how the Collective works. Find out all the changes planned.
FIFA 23 has every intention of making its mark before the franchise takes a new turn with a complete rebranding. From Career mode to Pro Clubs, many new features are expected for the final FIFA installment.
As far as changes go, it’s obviously the ever-popular Ultimate Team that’s getting all the attention. Indeed, FUT is also getting its fair share of new features, and probably the most earth-shattering of them involves the overhaul of the Collective system.
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The Collective in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team: How it works
The huge change that will shake up FUT team building is this: the linking system has simply been removed. This means you will no longer have to link players of similar clubs and nationalities in order to enjoy bonuses to the Collective.
However, this absolutely does not mean that the Collective is disappearing.
In fact, the players on your team will continue to boost each other, but their placement on the field no longer matters in the slightest. Thus, MBappé and Navas will enjoy a collective boost thanks to their allegiance to PSG, even if they play on opposite sides of the pitch.
In addition, the Collective will no longer be scored out of 100 for teams and 10 for individual players. From now on, players and teams will be graded on a three-star scale.