Today at FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) LIVE, EA SPORTS revealed Stories for FUT ICONS in FIFA 18 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and Nintendo Switch. Stories expand the ICONS experience, giving players a chance to find up to three unique versions of some of the greatest players of all time for their FUT squads. As part of today’s reveal, EA SPORTS also announced that the legendary Ronaldinho will be joining the lineup as an ICON. He joins previously revealed ICONS like Pele, Ronaldo Nazario, Thierry Henry, Lev Yashin, and Diego Maradona, as well as several other stars such as Rui Costa, Patrick Vieira and many more who were unveiled today. Check out the trailer below along with more info.
Ronaldinho’s ICON Stories will highlight three distinct points in his storied career; Ronaldinho in 2002 when he was a member of Paris St. Germain and on his way to winning the 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan for Brazil; Ronaldinho in 2010, when he brought home the title for Milan in his final season with the club; and prime Ronaldinho, a version from 2004 when he dominated La Liga, and secured top honors as the FIFA World Player of the Year.
Each ICONS Story will feature its own unique ratings, so players can discover variations for each legendary player and have a chance to build the squad of their dreams. With multiple ICONS Stories at various positions all across the pitch, players are poised to create some truly historic squads featuring some of the greatest of all time.
Today’s FUT LIVE stream also revealed new Ultimate Team features – Squad Battles, Champions Channel, and Objectives. Read about the new features here.
The show also showcased the first public look at FIFA 18 gameplay on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Real Madrid C.F. players Isco, Marco Asensio, Theo Hernandez and more took the pitch against one another on PS4.
Those who pre-order the Ronaldo Edition of FIFA 18 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One or PC will receive three-day early access, and additional FUT content, including up to 20 jumbo premium gold packs (1 per week for 20 consecutive weeks), eight special edition FIFA Ultimate Team kits designed by artists on the FIFA 18 soundtrack and a Cristiano Ronaldo loan player for five FUT matches.