OTW Week 2 in FUT 22
This week the new remaining promise cards were released, and among the news we are going to find extremely interesting players. And it is that among the great signings that remained to be highlighted, we obviously have the presence of Messi at PSG, which will probably assure us some other great performance with which to improve his letter.
It is also interesting to mention Lukaku or Memphis Depay, both reaping very, very good matches with their teams and selections, so these OTWs could improve at any moment.
-  ED – Leo Messi, PSG
-  DC – Romelu Lukaku, Chelsea fc
-  DFC – Sergio Ramos, PSG
-  SD – Memphis Depay, FC Barcelona
-  MC – Marcel Sabitzer, Bayern Munich
-  MC – Rodrigo Javier From Paul, Atlético de Madrid
-  MI – Marc Cucurella, Brighton
-  DC – Danny Ings, Aston Villa
-  CFD – Fikayo Tomori, AC Milan
-  DFC – Konaté, Liverpool FC
-  LD – Hector Bellerín, Real Betis
An elongated expiration date
The interesting thing is that, if at first we believed that these letters would be available in the envelopes until next Wednesday, apparently they will definitely be until Friday, October 15, so you will have more than one opportunity to get hold of them (remember that the envelopes you win could hide some of these wonderful letters). Remember that buying or obtaining an envelope does not guarantee you will receive one of these cards, so as always, you will have to leave everything to luck and chance so that you can get hold of your longed-for player. That, or collect enough FIFA coins after many games to be able to sign your dream player. Who wouldn’t want a Messi with these qualities?
The advantage of being a promise
These cards come in celebration of a great signing, and are capable of being updated as players improve in the game, basically with the additions of the Team of the Week. Thus, although the cards now have a score that may seem low to you, in reality it will improve over time as long as the player manages to play good games, in order to get new cards in shape and allow the OTW to improve at the same time.