FIFA 18 World Cup Ultimate Team Roster Update Adds 62 New Players

EA adds Ashley Young, Marco Reus and more to the FIFA World Cup 2018 Update

A new update has been added to the FIFA World Cup 2018 mode for FIFA 18. It brings with it 62 new players, all of which now have their own dedicated FIFA Ultimate team cards and ratings.

The following players have been added to FIFA World Cup Ultimate Team:

  • Willy Caballero, Argentina
  • Nicolás Tagliafico, Argentina
  • Cristian Ansaldi, Argentina
  • Franco Armani, Argentina
  • Cristian Pavón, Argentina
  • Giovani Lo Celso, Argentina
  • Maximiliano Meza, Argentina
  • Brad Jones, Australia
  • Andrew Nabbout, Australia
  • Dimitri Petratos, Australia
  • Daniel Arzani, Australia
  • Adnan Januzaj, Belgium
  • José Izquierdo, Colombia
  • Jefferson Lerma, Colombia
  • José Cuadrado, Colombia
  • Ian Smith, Costa Rica
  • Marwan Mohsen, Egypt
  • Mohamed El-Shenawy, Egypt
  • Ashley Young, England
  • Fabian Delph, England
  • Nick Pope, England
  • Trent Alexander-Arnold, England
  • Ruben Loftus-Cheek, England
  • Steven N'Zonzi, France
  • Lucas Hernández, France
  • Benjamin Pavard, France
  • Marcos Reus, Germany
  • Albert Gudmundsson, Iceland
  • Samúel Kári Fridjónsson, Iceland
  • Frederik Schram, Iceland
  • Saman Ghoddos, Iran
  • Amir Abedzadeh, Iran
  • Majid Hosseini, Iran
  • Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh, Iran
  • Jeong Seung Hyun, Korea Republic
  • Lee Seung Woo, Korea Republic
  • Ayoub El Kaabi, Morocco
  • Joel Obi, Nigeria
  • Bryan Idowu, Nigeria
  • Bartosz Białkowski, Poland
  • Dawid Kownacki, Poland
  • Manuel Fernandes, Portugal
  • Mário Rui, Portugal
  • Rúben Dias, Portugal
  • Artem Dzyuba, Russia
  • Sergey Ignashevich, Russia
  • Mohamed Kanno, Saudi Arabia
  • Ali Al Bulayhi, Saudi Arabia
  • Abdullah Al Khaibari, Saudi Arabia
  • Sergej Milinković-Savić, Serbia
  • Andrija Živković, Serbia
  • Luka Jović, Serbia
  • Nemanja Radonjić, Serbia
  • Marko Grujić, Serbia
  • Yohan Benalouane, Tunisia
  • Ellyes Skhiri, Tunisia
  • Saber Khalifa, Tunisia
  • Dylan Bronn, Tunisia
  • Mouez Hassen, Tunisia
  • Saîf-Eddine Khaoui, Tunisia
  • Ahmed Khalil, Tunisia
  • Lucas Torreira, Uruguay

As well as adding players to FIFA World Cup 2018 Ultimate Team, the new update is also taking a few away. Radja Nainggolan (Belgium), Ghaly Hossam (Egypt) and Sandro Wagner (Germany) will all be leaving the game due to their retirement from international football.

The FIFA World Cup 2018 update released late last month, bringing with it a whole new single-player mode, its own FIFA Ultimate Team collection, and new stadiums. The FIFA World Cup Ultimate Team Player Ratings match the performance of each player in the tournament, and chemistry works differently to how it does in the base game. Each pack purchased with either FIFA Coins or FIFA Points in the World Cup Update grants the player with a corresponding pack in the base game.

The update is now live, meaning fans now have access to an additional 62 players. For more on how FIFA Ultimate Team works in the new FIFA World Cup Update, visit our FUT 2018 World Cup Guide