Bristol City EA FC 24 player ratings revealed with +7 upgrade for Brighton signing - photo gallery

Bristol City player ratings for the latest EA Sports FC 24 game have been leaked online ahead of its release later this month.

Bristol City’s EA FC 24 player ratings are said to have been leaked, and the feeling is that most of the decisions have been right.

FIFA is no more, and instead EA Sports have called their game FC, short for Football Club, as their deal with the governing body expired. It’s a new era for the Robins in the virtual world, and you’ll be able to choose their home kit, as well as the alternative kit that was released. Bristol City fans hoping for any new strip from O’Neill’s to feature on the game however may be disappointed given the deadlines clubs have to submit their kits to the Canadian game maker.

Back to the player ratings, and it comes as no surprise that last season’s top scorer Tommy Conway has had a bit of an increase. He suffered a hamstring injury that ruled him out for a few months but still shared with the Golden Boot with Nahki Wells, who got a +1 increase. City made some moves in the transfer market this summer and one player who has benefitted is Haydon Roberts who has seen the biggest increase following his free transfer from Brighton & Hove Albion.

Below are all the players that are registered with the Robins first-team, and their specific ratings. Flick through the pages to see who was given what rating, with our article beginning with the lowest rated and finishing with those who are ranked the best. The ratings also include the difference from what they had been given in FIFA 23.

Jamie Knight-Lebel, Raphael Araoye and Ephraim Yeboah have not been given Ultimate Team cards but could feature in the offline game modes such as kick-off which is against friends or the computer, as well as Career Mode in which you can take charge of any club.

*Please note that the official ratings are yet to be confirmed, and will be published by EA Sports when the EA FC 24 companion app for Ultimate Team launches later this month. Ratings are provided by the FUTScoreboard Database, and are not 100% confirmed, and could be subject to change.

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