EA Sports release full list of Ultimate Team ICONS and ratings for 14 new legends

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The release of FIFA 20 is just around the corner and on Tuesday, EA Sports announced the full class of Ultimate Team ICONS available in this year's edition. 

Over the summer, a number of new legend cards were announced for the title.

The likes of Didier Drogba, Andrea Pirlo, Ian Wright and of course, cover star Zinedine Zidane will all join those who were already included in FIFA 19. 10 other new legends have also been announced.

Those are: Pep Guardiola, Ronald Koeman, Michael Essien, Gianluca Zambrotta, Kenny Dalglish, John Barnes, Ian Rush, Hugo Sanchez, Garrincha and Carlos Alberto Torres.

Very exciting indeed - on top of announcing the new players, EA Sports have also revealed the rating of each card.

They are as follows (each have three cards, including their highest overall prime rating):

Zinedine Zidane: 91, 94, 96
Andrea Pirlo: 88, 90, 92
Didier Drogba: 87, 89, 91
Michael Essien: 85, 87, 90
Ian Wright: 85, 87, 89
Pep Guardiola: 85, 87, 90
Ronald Koeman: 85, 88, 91
Michael Essien: 85, 87, 90
Gianluca Zambrotta: 86, 87, 89
Kenny Dalglish: 87, 90, 92
John Barnes: 86, 87, 89
Ian Rush: 87, 89, 91
Hugo Sanchez: 87, 89, 92
Garrincha: 90, 92, 94
Carlos Alberto Torres: 87, 90, 93 

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With the addition of 14 new cards, the FIFA 20 class of ICONS is stronger than ever. 

Check out the full list in the image below. 

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As you can see, the likes of Pele, Diego Maradona and Ronaldo all return. All of those are fan favourites, but near impossible to pack on FIFA!

It's unclear if EA will change the ratings of any FIFA 19 ICONS this year and we may have to wait and see once the game is released.  

As well as a new batch of ICONS, there will also be some changes to FIFA 20's Ultimate Team features. 

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Season Objectives offer dynamic challenges for gamers and we can expect some good rewards for completing them throughout the year. 

New customisation options will allow players to create more original and unique styles for their squad, both on and off the pitch. 

FUT Friendlies makes a debut too, offering us a chance to play unranked games with our mates, similar to the 'House Rules' game modes in kickoff last year.

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It all sounds very exciting and there's only a few weeks left to wait before FIFA 20 is released on September 24.  

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