It seems like FIFA 21 is going to add some new content that will feature the world’s most famous soccer player, David Beckham. The dashing and handsome soccer player has made a deal with EA to be its ambassador for promoting the game. As a celebration of partnership, players can earn from free rewards.
FIFA 21 has roped in David Beckham
Firstly, players will get an untradeable item associated with David Beckham in FIFA Ultimate Team, letting you utilize his in-game aptitude. The game will also see him added as “Groundbreaker” in the Volta football mode. Both these special items will be released on December 15, 2020, and will be up for grabs until January 15, 2021. Play the game and he’s yours for all eternity.
Beckham will also feature as a symbol in Ultimate Team from December. Simultaneously, the Xbox and PlayStation stores will introduce the normal release as the “Beckham Edition” of the game for a while, to entice fans with these limited time gifts. You can look at Beckham in FIFA 21 in the trailer beneath.
FIFA 21 will be released on December 4 for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. The new content featuring David Beckham will be added on the consoles too. The Switch “Legacy Edition,” which is feeling the loss of a few key highlights and has not sold well, will tragically not get this reward. If you already have FIFA 21 on PS4 or Xbox One, moving up to the cutting edge adaptation inside a similar console family will be completely free of cost.
Ultimate Team is in FIFA 21 on Switch, yet it is a fundamentally diminished contribution contrasted with the rendition seen on different stages. It has supervisor errands, single-player and online seasons, single-player and online competitions, single-player and online draft, online single matches and Squad Building Challenges, yet it doesn’t have the critical approaches to play Ultimate Team, for example, Squad Battles and Division Rivals.