FIFA 23 future stars team 2 mini release includes Malacia and Badiashile

FIFA 23 future stars team 2 mini release includes Malacia and Badiashile

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Jack Marsh


10th Feb 2023 15:39

Although it comes off the back of the Team of the Year promotion, FIFA 23's Future Stars event is the favourite annual release of many fans - where the exciting prospects of football are all sat-padded out of their minds to rival the most cracked players in Ultimate Team.

There's something to love about being invested in a wonderkid and getting to use them in FIFA 23 scenarios where they would usually be too underpowered to be effective.

The first FIFA 23 Future Stars team has now been and gone, with Team 2 now in rotation. But before the promo comes to an end, there's one final gift, as the Future Starts Team 2 Mini Release is here, and Premier League fans will love it.

Fifa 23 future stars team 2 mini release players revealed

In usual fashion, the Mini Release will contain three more players that will enter packs and tie the promotion over until it ends on Thursday.

The Future Stars Team 2 Mini Release players are as follows:

  • Jonathan Burkardt (FSV Mainz 05)
  • Benoît Badiashile (Chelsea)
  • Tyrell Malacia (Manchester United)
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Both Malacia and Badiashile will prove to be popular, given that they also have teammates in Team 1 (Mudryk for Badiashile at Chelsea and Elanga for Malacia at Manchester United), and will be cast into packs for players to unlock.

Burkardt will also become available and might prove to be a tasty super-sub upfront, given his pace, but won't be leading lineups very often.

When are the fifa 23 future stars team 2 mini release players out?

The FIFA 23 Future Stars Team 2 Mini Release are now live as of Sunday 12, 6pm GMT, and will be in packs until Friday 17, 5:59pm. 

These will be the last players released in the FIFA 23 Future Stars promotion too, making them quite rare to get in packs and a nice boost before we enter a few weeks of some rather standard promo events.

Jack Marsh
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Jack Marsh
Jack is an Esports Journalist at GGRecon. Graduating from the University of Chester, with a BA Honours degree in Journalism, Jack is an avid esports enthusiast and specialises in Rocket League, Call of Duty, VALORANT, and trending gaming news.
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