We offer you a complete list of all the rule-breaking cards that have appeared so far in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, and also their main differences from the base cards.
The Rule Breaker event returns, now to FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, with a new set of cards that practically break the stipulations to surprise us with their statistics and we now have team 2 available with a series of players from the Spanish league.
Surely you already enjoyed the Breaker event in previous iterations of FIFA, and obviously, in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, it could not be missing with a series of special cards that you will be able to get, some that can be obtained through certain challenges and others that are available in envelopes or in the transfer market.
Not only are we going to give you the list of all the Rule Breakers cards in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, but we also tell you exactly what they change from the base cards.
FIFA 22 FUT rule breakers: What cards are there and how they work
What are the rule break cards
They are special cards that considerably change the statistics compared to your real card, completely reconfiguring the parameters to make them different. We already had the first set of rule-breaking cards, and now Team 2 has just been released with parameters that will surprise you.
How to get the rule breaker cards
The easiest thing is opening envelopes, but obviously, you also have the transfer market where you can get them, although now at a fairly high price.
You could also overcome a series of squad or team-building challenges to get some exclusives.
List of all rule break cards
In any case, we offer you the complete list adding all the rule-breaking cards that have been released in this edition:
- Casemiro (CDM, Real Madrid) – 90
- Erling Haaland (ST, Dortmund) – 90
- Luis Suárez (ST, Atlético de Madrid) – 90
- Trent Alexander-Arnold (RB, Liverpool) – 89
- Marco Verratti (CM, Paris SG) – 89 [SBC only]
- Phil Foden (CAM, Manchester City) – 88
- David Silva (CAM, Real Sociedad) – 87
- Ilkay Gundogan (CM, Manchester City) – 87
- Franck Yannick Kessie (CDM, Milan) – 87
- Ousmane Dembélé (RW, Barcelona) – 86
- Marko Arnautovic (ST, Bologna) – 86
- Christoper Nkunku (CAM, RB Leipzig) – 86 [SBC only – two versions]
- Robin Gosens (LM, Atalanta) – 86 [SBC only – two versions]
- Antonio Rudiger (CB, Chelsea) – 86
- Moussa Diaby (LW, Bayer Leverkusen) – 86
- Sebastian Coates (CB, Sporting CP) – 86
- Jonathan Bamba (LM, LOSC) – 86
- Alphonso Davies (LB, FC Bayern) – 86
- Dejan Kulusevski (RW, Piemonte Calcio) – 86
- Denis Zakaria (CDM, Borussia Monchengladbach) – 85
- Dante (CB, OGC Nice) – 85 [SBC only]
- Anthony Lopes (GK, OL) – 85
- Jesus Corona (RM, FC Porto) – 85
- Darwin Machis (LM, Granada) – 85
- Frank Onyeka (MDL, Brentford) – 84
- Capa (RB, Athletic Bilboa) – 84
- Michail Antonio (ST, West Ham United) – 84 [Targets only]
- Renaud Ripart (ST, ESTAC Troyes) – 83
- Ibrahim Sangare (CDM, PSV) – 83
- Tom Barkhuizen (RM, Preston North End) – 82
It is always interesting to obtain this type of special card because as the months go by they revalue since they do not usually repeat themselves again.