The winter upgrades in FUT 17 ratings will be rolled out between February 17 and February 27, as part of the Ratings Refresh Campaign.
Players from leagues of Portugal, Russia, Netherlands, United States, Brazil, Turkey, Colombia and other countries as well as players from lower tier leagues of England, Italy and others, will be receiving updates to their FUT 17 ratings.
“The updated ratings will apply to new base items which are found in packs however some existing in-form versions of select players will be automatically updated,” EA Sports stated.
While there are several players who see a rise in their overall score, there are also a few who have received a downgrade.
Upgrades to Key Players
An array of the most popular as well as young talent has been awarded new overall scores based on their performance since the game came out in September 2016.
Bas Dost (Sporting CP): 78 → 80
Miguel Borja (Atlético Nacional): 74 → 78
Łukasz Teodorczyk (Anderlecht): 75 → 78
Nicolai Jørgensen (Feyenoord): 76 → 78
Rogelio Funes Mori (Monterrey): 76 → 78
André Miguel Valente da Silva (FC Porto): 74 → 78
Wilson Bruno Naval da Costa Eduardo (Braga): 75 → 77
Sam Larsson (SC Heerenveen): 74 → 77
Sardar Azmoun (FC Rostov): 75 → 77
Nicolás Blandi (San Lorenzo de Almagro): 74 → 77
Guillaume Hoarau (BSC Young Boys): 74 → 76
Moussa Marega (Vitória Guimarães): 73 → 76
Roger Martí Salvador (Levante UD): 73 → 76
Matías Britos (U.N.A.M.): 73 → 76
Francisco das Chagas Soares dos Santos (FC Porto): 71 → 76
Jens Toornstra (Feyenoord): 73 → 76
Dwight Gayle (Newcastle United): 73 → 75
Bradley Wright-Phillips (New York Red Bulls): 73 → 75
As the saying goes ‘some you win, some you lose’ and as much good news it is that the aforementioned players will be getting an upgrade on their overall scores, there are a few players who haven’t been so lucky and have instead received a downgrade on their previously held scores.