Arsenal’s FIFA 20 Ultimate Team player ratings have been released in full, with the game set for release this month.
On Monday, EA released their top-100 player ratings, with Alexandre Lacazette (rated 86) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (88) both featuring.
Thanks to Futhead, we now have the ratings for every player in the Arsenal squad – plus Monreal, Elneny, Mkhitaryan and Nwakali, who haven’t been transferred out just yet.
Also, note that Smith Rowe is listed as ‘Rowe’ on Futhead, but that’s a problem on their end, not EA’s, who have his last name down correctly as ‘Smith Rowe’.”
Normally, FIFA player ratings aren’t really worth getting worked up about. There’s a logical and prevailing theory that EA deliberately underrate certain characteristics in the top players so they can then boost those stats with in-form cards, selling more packs.
In the case of Joe Willock, however, I’d like to argue they simply got it wrong through ignorance.
Willock was one of Arsenal’s top academy players last year and scored three goals in six first-team appearances.
The midfielder then impressed hugely in pre-season and has started three of the first four games of the Premier League campaign.
67 is a very low rating by those standards, but the individual stats are even worse. After 12 goals in 20 games last season, Willock’s worst in-game stat is his shooting (53).