It’s that time of the year once again as the newest FIFA video game is getting set to come out on September 29. Player ratings have slowly started to trickle out and we’ve got a sneak peek for you below.
Jonathan Spector - 70
Spector’s overall stats have improved from his ratings from FIFA 17. His passing, dribbling and his defense have all improved. The only downside is his pace has decreased by three, so he is not as fast as he was the year prior.
Dom Dwyer - 73
Dwyer’s overall rating improved by only one point from last year and everything but his pace got a boost in ratings. His shooting went up by two, his dribbling went up by one, his defense went up by seven and his physicality went up by four. Overall, a good boost for Dwyer’s in-game stats.
Cyle Larin - 73
A similar story for Larin’s player card and Dwyer’s. One point increase in the overall rating and a boost for everything but pace. Shooting up by two, dribbling up by four, passing up by one and physicality up by four. He may not be the fastest player, but Larin’s card can certainly score in bunches in FIFA.
Kaka - 80
Still one of the top five MLS players in FIFA 18, the Lions’ captain is a solid player in FIFA 18 with the best shooting stats of anyone on the team and just under 80 passing and dribbling. He would make a great addition to any City fan’s Ultimate Team roster.
The rest of the stats for Orlando City players will be coming out within the coming weeks, leading up to the release of the game at the end of the month.