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The publisher announced 'Icons: The FUT 100' earlier this year and confirmed players such as Xavi, Fernando Torres and Eric Cantona were joining the roster.
Icon cards have been a staple of the FIFA series since their introduction in FIFA 16 and fans are always eager for new legends.
Each of the new legends will receive three variations on Ultimate Team - with Ferenc Puskas' prime card coming in at a 94-rating.
It means he'll be rated higher than Lionel Messi, who was confirmed to be a 93 rating last week.
Cantona and Xavi are also 93-rated, offering the six-time Ballon d'Or winner more competition as the game's best player.
Check out all the new legend ratings below, with their highest ratings being the overall for their prime cards.
Eric Cantona: 88, 90, 93
Petr Cech: 86, 88, 91
Ashley Cole: 85, 87, 89
Samuel Eto'o: 87, 90, 92
Philipp Lahm: 87, 89, 91
Ferenc Puskas: 89, 92, 94
Bastian Schweinsteiger: 87, 89, 91
Davor Suker: 85, 87, 90
Fernando Torres: 85, 88, 91
Nemanja Vidic: 85, 88, 90
Xavi: 88, 90, 93
EA Sports stated: "Create your dream squad as a combination of today's superstars and footballing giants of the past like Eric Cantona, Xavi, and Philipp Lahm joining Pele, Diego Maradona, Johan Cruyff, Ronaldo Nazario, Zinedine Zidane and more to make up the prestigious FUT 100."
While many will likely agree with the ratings of these legends, fans were left outraged at the top 100 ratings last week.
David Mariyasin's message reads: "EA recently released the FIFA 21 ratings and so many of them have came out so inaccurate that it almost looks like everyone got downgraded and EA didn't watch any of the 2019-20 season.
"I would like them to get a redo, look over at these ratings and do a re-release before people end up not buying this game."
FIFA 21 launches worldwide on October 9.
What do you think of the newest icon cards added to FIFA 21?
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