- A few players will be decked up like Marvel superheroes.
- Players will be reinterpreted as Marvel characters for Ultimate Team modes.
- Only 21 players will have access to the Marvel cards, which debuts on November 11.
Famous footballers will be dressed in skin-tight spandex as part of the impending Marvel crossover with FIFA 23, according to EA Sports.
For the Ultimate Team mode of the game, a few players will be decked up like Marvel superheroes.
The key events of former football players’ careers will be depicted in superhero fashion by Marvel artists, who will also reinterpret past players.
Additionally, the illustrators will depict FUT Hero Cards, which were introduced in FIFA 22.
Five of the special FUT Hero Cards have been made public by EA, including those for Yaya Touré of the Ivory Coast, Ricardo Carvalho of Portugal, and Park Ji-sung of South Korea.
Each player has received a Marvel-inspired outfit. US actor Landon Donovan’s appearance is comparable to Captain America, while Ji-armor Sung’s is comparable to Iron Man’s.
While Marvel adds their characters to Disney Plus, EA is coming up with innovative strategies. Although a superpowered Toure might not be able to defeat She-Hulk in a battle, he could undoubtedly score more goals.
The unique fashions will debut on November 11. Each player will receive two FUT Hero Cards—one standard and one unique World Cup variant.
Only 21 players will have access to the Marvel cards, though.
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