FIFA 22 Ratings: Arsenal Will Reportedly Have Zero Walkouts This Year

Arsenal won't have any walkouts in FIFA 22

One of the biggest elements of a new release of FIFA is always the anticipation of the new ratings for some of the star players in the game.

According to a new leak of the FIFA 22 Ultimate Team ratings, Arsenal are not set to have any walkout quality players when the game is officially launched.

This is a far cry from the level of player that Arsenal used to have, but after an underwhelming few seasons, it is easy to see why EA has opted not to give any Gunners base cards a big enough rating.

Walkouts are one of the many reasons that FIFA content creators have become a major hit over the past few years.

The reactions to streamers such as Chris MD or KSI packing a major card have essentially helped build an entire community around Ultimate Team.

Sadly for Arsenal fans playing FIFA, when they see the Gunners’ badge appear during a pack opening they will know that the player they’re getting isn’t a massive game-changer.

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Arsenal won't have any walkouts in FIFA 22

Noted FIFA leaker @FutGodzy reported that the Premier League team would not be getting any Walkout level cards in Ultimate Team.

As of writing, the two leaked Arsenal players that have been confirmed are Takehiro Tomiyasu at 76 overall and Bukayo Saka at 80 overall. @FutGodzy will apparently be leaking more Arsenal player ratings over the next day or so.

It would not have been unrealistic to expect Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to be a walkout for his base card, but apparently even that isn’t the case.

Several Arsenal players will most likely get upgrades throughout the season in the form of TOTW, in-forms and other special items. But for now, the Gunners appear to be languishing even on the realms of FIFA.

For players of FIFA Career Mode, Arsenal may well be a choice to make a re-build or to grow some of the more notable names on their younger lineup of players, such as the aforementioned Saka, Eddie Nketiah or Gabriel Martinelli.

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