Boosting the chemistry of your FIFA 21 Ultimate Team is an easy way to increase your team’s abilities on the pitch. This system uses common nations, leagues and clubs to connect players, providing enhancements to stats affected by positioning and loyalty to improve your team’s performance online. FIFA 21’s chemistry system is multifaceted . It can be quite confusing too, so in this guide we’ll go through the whole framework to help you understand how it all works, so you can focus on your in-game performance once you’ve hit the target. of 100 elusive chemistry. Each Ultimate Team player has a chemistry stat, rated out of 10. Slide the right stick to the right once when looking at your team in play to see the rating under their player card. By visualizing this overlay, you should see where the strong and weak bonds are within your team. The overall team chemistry is capped at 100, so you are looking to increase each player’s chemistry to achieve this, and the chemistry is increased when two players linked by the chosen formation share a nation, league or club. So if you have two players side by side who are from the same country, league and club, you will have a perfect 10/10 chemical bond between these two team members, provided they are at a good place. in your formation, playing the role designated by their player card. You should be able to see the lines connecting the players on your team, with a colorful traffic light system showing you how poor or perfect the chemistry is between each player. Red links appear when players don’t share the same league, nation or club. You can see how my LM Nakajima has a red link to my CM Iniesta in the image above. It is because they have nothing in common. Iniesta is Spanish and plays in J1 League – Nakajima is Japanese and plays in Liga NOS. Yellow links appear when two players share one thing in common. You can see an example of this in the image above looking at the connection between my CM Iniesta and the other CM, Marcos Junior. Junior is Brazilian, but he plays in the same league as Iniesta, although for a different club. This means they have decent chemistry, but it could be better. Green links appear when two players share more than one common ground. In the example, you can see that my CM Iniesta has a green link with my CB Vermaelen. They have different nationalities, but they play in the same league for the same club, so the connection is green. It could be even better if they shared a nationality, but it still gives a chemistry rating of 10/10. If you’re still having trouble with your chemistry, even with well-connected players, there are a few other aspects of the system that need to be understood. It goes without saying, but if you use a player of your formation in a role where they are not in position, it will negatively affect your chemistry. If you try to play a CAM player in a 4-4-2 formation, which only has CM slots in the midfield, that player will receive a yellow tint in the circle indicating their position under the player’s map. by pressing X / Square on the offending player and moving the right joystick to the bottom right of the radial wheel. If they are not in position, the game will recommend that you look for a position modifier card in the transfer market. These can be purchased to manually change a player’s position to better suit your lineup and provide substantial chemistry enhancement.There are also Loyalty and Manager chemistry systems, which have their own impact on player chemistry. If you slide the right stick to the right once while looking at your team, you will see two symbols just above the chemistry stat, a shield and an “M”. The shield can turn green once the player achieves Club Loyalty, which is automatically earned if you received the player in a pack. If you bought the player from the transfer market, you will need to play ten games with him to unlock the Loyalty Shield, which will provide you with even more chemistry for that player.Beyond that, you can also use your manager to boost your team chemistry, which you can find on the far right of your reserve bench. You want a manager who matches the main nationality and league used by your Ultimate Team club. Unfortunately there is no manager of all nationalities, so you may have to compromise. However, you don’t need to compromise when it comes to Manager Leagues, as you can head to the Transfer Market and purchase a “ Manager League ” modifier from the Consumables tab. Once that’s done, you should see the M shield turn green if the manager has anything in common with the players, which will provide a bump in chemistry. Chemistry Styles are another consumable available in the Transfer Market that does not improve chemistry when applied but does improve attributes based on the player’s chemistry stats. If you are serious about your team and you want to improve its abilities in the game, spending money for the right chemistry style consumables is fair use of your coins. However, a chemistry style is worthless when used on a player with low individual chemistry, so be sure to only use them on players with relatively high chemistry stat to reap the benefits. used our tips for getting high chemistry in your squad, here are all the FIFA 21 chemistry styles to look at to fine tune each player on your squad Goalkeeper Chemistry Styles Cat – Improves reflexes, speed and glove positioning – Improves glove positioning Diving, Handling, and Shield Positioning – Improves Kicks, Reflexes, and Speed Wall – Improves Diving, Handling, and Kicks Sentinel Defensive Chemistry Styles – Improves Physical Defense and Guardian – Improves dribbling and anchor defense – Improves pace, defense and physical backbone – Improves passing, defense and physical gladiator – Improves shots and Defending Shadow – Improves rhythm and engine defense of midfield chemistry styles – Improves pace, dribbling and passing Architect – Improves passing and physical artistry – Improves passing and dribbling Catalyst – Improves Cadence and Passing Maestro – Improves power of shooting, passing and dribbling – Improves passing and defending styles of attacking chemistry Hunter – Improves pace and Hawk shooting – Improves pace, shot and shooter Sniper Physics – Improves Shooting & Dribbling Finisher – Improves Shooting & Physical Deadeye – Improves Sniper Shooting & Passing – Improves Shooting, Dribbling & Physics Jordan Oloman is a Freelance Writer for Esports Ray . 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