Everything You Need to Know About the EA SPORTS FC 24 Ones to Watch Promotion

Everything You Need to Know About the EA SPORTS FC 24 Ones to Watch Promotion

EA SPORTS FC is about to arrive, ushering in a new era for Ultimate Team. The Ones to Watch (OTW) campaign, which will spotlight players that switched between teams during the summer window, is one of the first promotions that players can expect to see. These players will be given OTW cards, which will be enhanced if they make the Team of the Week.

Some significant transfers who are expected to appear in the OTW promo are Jude Bellingham, Declan Rice, Josko Gvardiol, and Christopher Nkunku. Previous fan favorites like Luis Openda and Kim Min-Jae are expected to make the cut as well. These projections, however, are not proven and are based on how the promo has worked in prior seasons.

Various designs for the OTW promo card graphics have been made by leakers and designers, but none of them are official yet.

It’s worth mentioning that this year’s Ones to Watch promotion will not include any pre-order bonuses. Players must find these cards in packs or by completing goals.

EA SPORTS FC will continue to feature real players, clubs, and leagues with their authentic names, as well as all of the game’s beloved modes, including Ultimate Team.

EA Sports FC 24’s commentary remains subpar when compared to NBA 2K23 and MLB The Show 23, but the firm is introducing gantry cinematics this year. As part of the game’s new dynamic menus, which allow you to change settings as sequences play in the background, you’ll be able to observe Derek Rae and Stewart Robson in action as they prepare to call the match.

This year’s game will feature a second commentary team for variety, hosted by Guy Mowbray and Sam Smith. Alex Scott, a sideline reporter, will also return and has been rendered in the game with her colleagues.

In other news, the Frostbite Engine has been completely redesigned. The new Sapien technology, which is also included in Madden NFL 24 this year, promises more accurate body types, while cloth physics has been improved to better depict the athletes’ athleticism. EA Sports is likewise eager to innovate in terms of broadcasting: it claims to have worked with real-world television networks and developed augmented reality overlays that it believes might be added to genuine matches in the future.