Leaks for the upcoming FIFA 23 installment are beginning to surface, sharing major changes to the way Ultimate Team will be played in the new game. News has been shared by FUT Leaker Weaver-FUT on Twitter that briefly explains reworks to chemistry in FUT, and these changes look to be major ones.
According to the leaks, the chemistry system in FIFA Ultimate team will receive a massive rework, changing the accumulation of chemistry into a star system. Teams can get a maximum of three stars, and according to the leak, every nation and league will link to each other.
This is major news for Ultimate team players and will change the way squads are built in the future. If the leak is true, we won't have to worry about the league and nation restrictions that cause decreases in player stats. It's unknown if players will have their own star-chemistry system as well, however, if every nation and league link to each other, there will have to be some way that players can contribute to the chemistry star rating for the overall team.
Perhaps this is through earning loyalty from playing the game, similar to how loyalty adds a chemistry point to individual players in Ultimate team already after they've featured in a certain number of games. If this is the case, it's finally possible to build your favorite team consisting of players from all over the world, without having to worry about links.
Another part of the game this change may affect is Squad Building Challenges. With the majority of SBCs requiring a certain amount of chemistry, this may make building these challenges easier, or instead add a new challenge to complete in order to earn these player rewards and packs.
More news is rumored to be coming soon from Weaver-FUT, so stay tuned for more news and leaks on the upcoming FIFA 23 game.