The primary Weekend League of the FIFA 21 yr is right here, albeit 24 hours late!
‘Unexpected circumstances’ result in the delay, and now EA have been busy explaining how your performances within the Weekend League will have an effect on your factors and rating in Division Rivals.
Right here is every part you must know.
30 Match Restrict
The important thing message communicated by EA is that there’s a 30 match restrict when it comes to scoring your Division Rivals factors every week.
Every Weekend League match that you simply play will contribute 400 factors in direction of your Division Rivals Weekly Rating – whatever the outcome.
When you’ve got accomplished your 30 Division Rivals matches previous to the start of the Weekend League then your matches won’t contribute in direction of your Weekly Rating.
What does this imply?
Properly, in brief, it implies that FUT Champions gamers will discover it a lot tougher to realize Rank 1 in Division Rivals.
You’ll be capped at a most of 12,000 factors must you play all 30 Weekend League video games previous to enjoying any in Division Rivals, a tally which goes to fall in need of what’s wanted to realize Rank 1.
Which means that as a way to get these high rewards in Division Rivals, you will have to finish a big chunk of your 30 video games previous to the beginning of Weekend League.
Now seeing because the Division Rivals factors reset every Thursday, this might imply enjoying 30 video games on a Thursday, earlier than an extra 30 all through the weekend. That is fairly robust!
A extra aggressive Division Rivals?
A optimistic that may be drawn from this for individuals who do not play Weekend League is that it’s prone to make Division Rivals much more aggressive for individuals who play the sport socially.
Weekend League gamers are far much less prone to spend their time grafting by way of Division Rivals if there aren’t any factors to be accrued, so we may very well be seeing the ‘lesser gamers’ work their means up the division a lot faster.
A ‘B Weekend League’ if you’ll.