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EA Sports’ latest installment of the FIFA series, FIFA 16, is due to hit stores worldwide on September 25 and with all the spare time between now and the release date, the fans are anxious to get some insight to what is coming and what they should expect in the latest FIFA edition.

Luckily, we have a leaked snapshot from the E3 conference which has leaked the player’s ratings of both Barcelona and Real Madrid. Below are reportedly the ratings to expect of Barca’s players in FIFA 16.

The leaked image (Source: http://imgur.com/gs03vbN)

The leaked image (Source: http://imgur.com/gs03vbN)

We have always seen player ratings leaked in previous editions of FIFAs, but many of them did not match the actual rating when the game was released. What we are trying to say is, the ratings we saw in E3 may not have been the final ratings that we’ll see when the game is officially released to the public.

Barcelona had an amazing season winning the treble consisting of the Champions League, La Liga, and the Copa Del Rey. We will not be surprised that the ratings of the club’s top players and stars will increase in the upcoming edition of FIFA as the likes of Neymar, Messi and Suarez played a vital part in the team’s success. Let’s find out which Barcelona players had the most impressive jump in their ratings.

The reported FIFA 16 ratings:

Lionel Messi – 94

Neymar Jr – 87

Luis Suarez – 89

Andres Iniesta – 90

Sergio Busquets – 85

Ivan Rakitic – 83

Jordi Alba – 83

Javier Mascherano -83

Gerard Pique – 85

Dani Alves – 83

Claudio Bravo- 83

Pedro – 83

Rafinha– 78

Sergi Roberto- 76

Ratings define how rival counterparts perform in the game meaning that even in the digital level, people will be competing against Barcelona and Real Madrid. It is astonishing how a real life rivalry has sneaked into the gaming world to become one of the most played fixtures within the FIFA online community.

 

Written by Charchit Dahal

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