Halloween will take place this Saturday, and the seasonal festivities are expected to land in FIFA 22 this Friday!
Despite speculation of a potential Ultimate Scream revival, or even a new promotion entitled 'TRICKS', it has been revealed that it will be the Rulebreakers promotion that will be returning to FIFA Ultimate Team.
Let's take a look at who might feature.
Sergio Aguero (91 OVR)
Should EA choose to adopt the Ultimate Scream upgrades format that we have seen in years past, then Sergio Aguero could be a potential candidate for a huge upgrade.
The former Manchester City man swapped East Manchester for Barcelona in the summer, but with a serve pace downgrade, his first Barcelona card in FIFA 22 is almost unusable.
A healthy pace upgrade in the Halloween promotion would be the perfect tonic for those wishing to use the Argentine in FIFA 22.
Harry Maguire (88 OVR)
Harry Maguire's performance in Manchester United's 5-0 defeat to Liverpool was terrifying in itself.
But could we see him handed a spooky upgrade in the next FUT promotion? Pace is the only thing missing from his base card, and that could soon change.
An 80+ pace Harry Maguire would certainly be a fan favourite.
Gareth Bale (87 OVR)
Gareth Bale was hit with a huge downgrade on FIFA 22, so an inclusion in the Halloween promotion would be welcomed.
The Welsh wide midfielder could see a huge upgrade to his shooting, as he rediscovers his position as one of the most prolific wingers in the FUT servers.
Marco Reus (87 OVR)
The "TRICKS" related leaks has got us thinking, what if EA are set to put the focus on skills in the upcoming promotion?
Marco Reus' 85-rated base card has 4* skills this year, so could we see his trickery taken to the next level with an upgrade to 5*?
He'd be a fan favourite should that happen, that's for sure.
Patson Daka (84 OVR)
Patson Daka has taken to the Leicester City like a duck to water, solidifying his position as one of the hottest young forwards on the planet.
His 78-rated shooting on his base card doesn't reflect his fine form in front of goal as of late, but it's nothing that a hefty Halloween upgrade couldn't fix.
With lightening fast pace already, this could be one of the most meta cards of the year to date.