Declan Rice has shot up the ranks to FIFA 23 Coins become one of the top English DMs in the current era. It's clear why West Ham is unwilling to let this incredible player go, despite the efforts of several top teams. These days, Volta Football and Pro Clubs have been put together into one neat section, and they have similar issues.
As we know, the worst thing about other people is that they aren't, and nowhere is that more apparent than in Pro Clubs, where drop-in games are brimming with players from the wing who have a hard time overcoming the AI with ludicrous calls to throw the ball.
It's fun to turn your"create-a-pro" into a Shrek goalie with a closet filled with silly hats but when your progression is tied to your game rating, it's a reason to do slam-dunk skill run that even Saint Maximin wouldn't spend time on.
Unfortunately, FIFA's street football automobile, Volta, suffers a similar fate. This is illustrated by the new "Take Flight" Signature Ability, which transforms you into an aerial expert. Because the power relies upon collaboration and crossing, the majority will just choose Power Strike and haphazardly smack the ball after a glory-seeking run.
The positive is that it appears that EA has listened to my pleas for an upgraded Volta Arcade, so I can take full credit for the fact that it's been revamped into an even more intense battle royale game with fun minigames and obstacle courses that evoke the best elements of Fall Guys. I still think it's criminal to cheapest FUT 23 Coins only have it available during weekends, though.