Top 5 Most Improved Players in FIFA 16
EA Sports has been successful in creating a more realistic gameplay with "FIFA 16" and players are getting more and more noticed with their exemplary performances.
But who are the most improved players in this latest video game offering? Below is a list of the top 5 players with marked improvement in their plays.
1. Harry Kane - Tottenham Hostpur
FullFifa said that Kane is probably "the most improved player in all of Europe" since he was able to score 21 goals for his team in just 34 appearances.
2. Hector Bellerin - Arsenal
Meanwhile, SportsKeeda noted that Bellerin had a great season with his current team, appearing 20 times during the Premier League and also assisting the Gunners to keep their FA Cup title.
"The young Spaniard's performances earned him a new long-term contract with the London club and is now fast becoming a first team regular," added the same report.
3. Ryan Mason - Tottenham Hotspur
WhatCulture mentioned that Mason's ratings has improved along with a number of young players in the team including Nacer Chadli and Danny Rose.
4. Anthony Martial - Manchester United
It was also highlighted in the SportsKeeda report that Martial has great pace and is known for his keen eye for goal and great composure during matches.
"His rating, as a result, has jumped from 69 in the previous game, to a promising 77," added SportsKeeda.
5. Matteo Darmain - Manchester United
For his part, the 25-year-old is seen to be very consistent with his plays. According to SportsKeeda, Darmain was able to highlight his skills and get noticed around the world as one of the best players in his position.
Released last Sept. 22 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PC, "FIFA 16" came with great features like the "no touch dribbling" technique of cover star Lionel Messi.
The EA Sports website earlier announced the addition of Brazilian teams which included Atlético-MG, Atlético-PR, Avaí, Coritiba, Chapecoense, Cruzeiro, Figueirense, Fluminense, Grêmio, Internacional, Joinville, Ponte Preta, Palmeiras, Santos, São Paulo and Vasco da Gama.
Yibada explained that the addition of 16 Brazilian teams was a response of EA to the wishes of the fans of the game. It added that the launch of the game will already include the "crests and kits" of these new teams.
"We have worked to create the best possible experience for FIFA fans in Brazil and around the world to include Brazilian teams. We know FIFA fans love playing with Brazilian players and teams across the game, so adding 16 clubs is positive news for all fans," said EA Brazil Manager Jonathan Harris on the EA Sports post.
The game developer also noted that these additional teams has been made available on the Rest of the World team menu and playable in most of the game modes.