Pro Clubs is one of the most popular game modes for FIFA players around the world. Just like with any other game modes in FIFA, Pro Clubs in FIFA 23 are made with several changes as improvements from the FIFA 22 version.
Here is everything you need to know about FIFA Pro Clubs in FIFA 23.
What is FIFA Pro Clubs?
FIFA Pro Clubs is a 11v11 mode which is essentially just another version of the classic 1v1 multiplayer mode. The difference is that you will be in control of just 1 player while your teammates will fill in the boots for the rest of the players.
The game can be played by a total of 22 different players. In case there are less than 11 players on each team, the rest of the squad will be filled by bots.
Doesn’t it sound fun? Pro Clubs has always been popular for presenting a whole new set of challenges compared to a regular 1v1 game in FIFA. Not just the active opponents, working with your own teammate and bots is never an easy task.
Pro Clubs is a seasonal mode in FIFA 23, playing will gain you skill points which you can use to unlock seasonal progression points. These points can also be used in other modes such as street football mode.
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Tips and tricks
Before diving into FIFA Pro Clubs, we have some useful tips and tricks to help you navigate your way through Pro Clubs in FIFA 23, all compiled in the following:
Earning skill points
Skill points can be earned by playing games, you will earn a number of skill points each time you level up. Collecting skill points is a key objective in Pro Clubs as you can use it to upgrade your players skill set, including speed, acceleration, tackle, etc.
Choosing the right height
The dilemma is between choosing short or tall players. Short players will have advantage in speed and agility while taller players will be more physical, which can be beneficial in both defensive and attacking scenarios.
Depending on how you like to play, make sure to choose the height of your player wisely.
Select your perks
Perks are additional qualities that you can add to your players, including finisher, distance shooter, tireless runner, and more.
The first perk is available at level 1, the second one is available at level 35 and you can only unlock the third one once you reach level 60.
You are going to play with active players as your teammates, so make sure to leave your ego out of the game and communicate well. After all, communication is one of the main causes of the downfall of a team in Pro Clubs. If you want to create a club in FIFA 23, we have a guide for that, too.
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