FIFA 16 Overview

FIFA 16 is the most popular sport game in the world, it will be released soon, a lot of fans focus of attention about the FIFA 16 information.
FIFA 16
FIFA 16 will fully immerse you in the story of your club’s season. EA SPORTS FIFA series commentators will remark on key storylines, including notable player or team performances, big player debuts, and transfer rumours.
Stadiums in FIFA 16 will be able to support a greater variety of weather options, with nine weather choices available. Expanding on FIFA 15’s sunny, overcast, rain and snow, FIFA 16 features those and includes hazy, partly cloudy, foggy, random variable rain showers and variable flurries.
Top 10 Player Rating Predictions
Here are predictions on who the top 10 players on FIFA 16 will, along with their predicted rating.
10. Andres Iniesta – 88
Andres Iniesta remains a big part of the Catalan plan to dominate the world once again. Ivan Rakitic is an increasing presence in midfield and Iniesta looks to be keeping the creative midfield place warm for a rising star to grow into the role.
9. Sergio Aguero – 88
Sergio Aguero is a criminally overlooked star despite being one of the very best players in the current Premier League. He has carried his team admirably and never wilted in the media spotlight surrounding transfers, though he often doesn’t attract the limelight and prefers to do his talking on the pitch.
8. Eden Hazard – 89
Eden Hazard is the Premier League Player of the Year, he is famed for his mesmeric runs and all round control of the ball, though there’s also a feeling that he’s still cruising in fourth gear. Eden Hazard could be a scary thought for top flight defenders to think that he could yet improve even more.
7. Arjen Robben – 89
The Dutch wizard bagged 17 goals and 7 assists in 22 Bundesliga games, a remarkable record from a remarkable winger. Look at Robben’s stats tell you that he is an outstanding player. Even he is 31 years old and he featured in few games due to injury.
6. Neymar – 89
Rising through the ranks at Santos and scoring unbelievable amounts of goals saw his stock rise immeasurably. Neymar became the new poster boy for Brazilian football. Now he’s part of the most lethal front three in world football, and still young enough to improve for years to come. Maybe, there are still people who haven’t shaken off the overrated tag.
5. Zlatan Ibrahimovic – 89
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is the greatest out-and-out centre forward in the world. He’s goal haul at every single club he’s played for has earned him a sensational rating. Like Robben, Zlatan Ibrahimovic age is increasing and game time decreasing, but he is still a tremendously fearsome player to square up against.
4. Manuel Neuer – 90
Manuel Neuer is the best goalkeeper in the world, he has done nothing to suggest he’s declining or should be dropped down a notch. Manuel Neuer's rushing antics could actually be useful in certain FIFA situations depending on how keen you are to risk life, limb and dignity to stave off an attacker.
3. Luis Suarez – 90
Forget Luis Suarez's ‘bite ban’ troubled past, Suarez has tallied up 26 goals in 46 games with 23 assists. Racking up enormous figures to demonstrate he’s more than a selfish lone wolf and it resulted in an even more terrifying brand of Suarez football. With a full pre-season leading into a full campaign, Suarez will thrive and if he maintains form across the season, he could even begin to enter Messi and Ronaldo territory when it comes down to sheer numbers on a page.
2. Cristiano Ronaldo – 93
Cristiano Ronaldo will have to settle for second spot once again, even with an extra point fixed to his rating after an exhilarating season saw him bag 65 goals in 53 appearances for Real Madrid. Ronaldo will go down in history as one of the greatest players of all time, and it’s certainly no sleight that he’s not top of this list.
1.Lionel Messi – 94
Lionel Messi is the greatest player of all time. The Argentine magician was being tipped for a decline after 2014, but he hit back with vengeance with a ruthless 2015. Across the whole season he raked in 60 goals in 60 games with 28 assists. What makes it even more remarkable than Ronaldo’s is that Messi achieved his total from 147 shots, whereas Ronaldo was far more wasteful with 322 efforts. Messi is efficient, supremely talented, and sure-fire to be the top-rated player on FIFA 16.
FIFA’s launch day ritual for fans is to scan through for the best players on the game, and while many of the names are the classics, there’s a hungry chasing pack, and this time around, they appear to have leapt up the rankings after pouncing on poor seasons from some of FIFA 15’s finest.
Injury will threaten Falcao, Robin Van Persie and Franck Ribery’s career. Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are lucky guy, they will continue to rule at the top, which will triumph in the ratings war.
New Legends
Brand new Legends are coming to FIFA Ultimate Team in FIFA 16 exclusively on Xbox One and Xbox 360. EA SPORTS FIFA series are making it easier for you to fit Legends in your team with Legends Chemistry. Every player will match leagues with FUT Legends, meaning they will have an orange link with all players.
NEW FIFA ULTIMATE TEAM LEGENDS FOR FIFA 16
Vitor Baia (FC Porto, FC Barcelona)
George Best (Manchester United, Fulham, Fort Lauderdale Strikers, Los Angeles Aztecs, San Jose Earthquakes)
Deco (FC Porto, FC Barcelona, Chelsea FC, Fluminense)
Gennaro Gattuso (Perugia, Rangers, Salernitana, AC Milan, FC Sion)
Ryan Giggs (Manchester United)
Jari Litmanen (Reipas, HJK, MyPa, Ajax, FC Barcelona, Liverpool FC, Malmö FF, Hansa Rostock)
Alessandro Nesta (Lazio, AC Milan, Montreal Impact)
Javier Zanetti (Talleres, Banfield, Inter Milan)
EXISTING LEGENDS (also available in FIFA 16)
Franco Baresi
Franz Beckenbauer
Dennis Bergkamp
Oliver Bierhoff
Laurent Blanc
Andreas Brehme
Emilio Butragueño
Sol Campbell
Fabio Cannavaro
Rui Costa
Hernán Crespo
Frank de Boer
Marcel Desailly
Paulo Futre
Stefan Effenberg
Luis Figo
Robbie Fowler
Ruud Gullit
Gheorghe Hagi
Fernando Hierro
Filippo Inzaghi
Roy Keane
Patrick Kluivert
Henrik Larsson
Brian Laudrup
Michael Laudrup
Jens Lehmann
Gary Lineker
Freddie Ljungberg
Paolo Maldini
Lothar Matthäus
Bobby Moore
Pavel Nedvěd
Gary Neville
Jay-Jay Okocha
Michael Owen
Pauleta
Pelé
Robert Pirès
Roberto Carlos
Frank Rijkaard
David Seaman
Peter Schmeichel
Alan Shearer
Teddy Sheringham
Andriy Shevchenko
Hristo Stoichkov
Davor Šuker
Marco van Basten
Edwin van der Sar
Ruud van Nistelrooy
Carlos Valderrama
Patrick Vieira
Christian Vieri
George Weah

Gianfranco Zola
In the existing legends list i don’t find Diego Armando Maradona. I guess because of his personal style. To be honest Maradona is a great player.