Simply put, players that are too old for the best young players list but still have the potential to grow.
Good players are expensive, if you’re not managing a team owned by an oligarch or a member of a Middle Eastern royal family then you might need to find those unpolished diamonds lingering in the lower leagues.
If you have the cash to splash then checkout the FIFA 13 Best Young Players, otherwise these players all peak between 66-74 overall.
Free Agents in FIFA 13 are players who exist in the game but do not belong to a selectable club in career mode. Most of these players represent their country, but ply their trade in a league not licensed by EA.
In the past, you’d have to manually re-assign a player to a club to make the accessible in your career mode. In FIFA 13 EA have changed it so that when you start your career mode, all the free agents are assigned to teams in the game.
That time of year has come around again and we can finally dust of our PC, XBOX360, or PS3 and load up the new FIFA 13. For those of you that have been here before you’ll know what this is and be thinking “about time, now I can start my career mode for real”. The list includes all players that have a potential overall of 75+ and 25 or less at the start of the manager mode premier league season (1 July 2012).
Many of you will have players whose overall has exceeded their potential. This is because a player should naturally reach his potential, but by playing them often you can boost their overall potential. In the past this boost has been anywhere from 1 to 10, but more likely 3 or 4. Sort through the table below and find the best, most talented players in FIFA 13.
FIFA 13 is almost here! Thought I’d check out the demo and see what changes they’ve made. These are not necessarily the same potentials they’ll use when the game finally ships, but if you’ve downloaded the demo on PS3 or XBOX360 it’s worth a look.