EA Sports are set to release FC 24 this month with fans anxiously awaiting the changes made to Ultimate Team chemistry.
Chemistry was finally overhauled in last year's FIFA 23 after more than a decade of little to no changes for players making their squads.
One of the more significant additions included revamped Position Modifiers, which allowed cards to switch between their preferred positions.
Initially, position modifiers could see Kylian Mbappe convert from a striker to central defensive midfielder to get chemistry points.
But their utility was changed in FIFA 23 to allow players to only switch between their preferred positions — Lionel Messi from right-wing to centre-forward for example.
Now in FC 24, it's been reworked once more — here's what we know...
Position Modifiers have been removed entirely from FC 24.
«To make squad building even easier, we’ve completely removed the Position Modifier consumables,» EA Sports said.
«You can now seamlessly move Player Items around the Squad and the player will automatically start contributing to Chemistry in their Primary and Alternative Positions.»
This means that moving Liverpool star Darwin Nunez from striker to left-wing for example will reflect the change on his card seamlessly.
This also takes affect in Draft, with players moving to their eligible alternate position to make building teams in that mode easier.
FIFA 23 Icons were less usuable than ever as they only gave players from the same nation one chemistry point.
For Icons such as Norther Ireland legend George Best, this made them harder to link in a squad full of different nations.
However, in an effort to restore Icons' status as Ultimate Team's most desired cards, EA have revamped their chemistry as well.
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