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FIFA 22 Max Kruse RTTK: Objectives, rewards, how to

The Road to the Knockout promo gets another release with Union Berlin's Max Kruse now available in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team through Objectives.
FIFA 22 Max Kruse RTTK: Objectives, rewards, how to

FIFA 22's Road to the Knockout promo is the way EA Sports' football title celebrates Europe's biggest international club competitions with upgradable cards for Ultimate Team.

Two teams have already been released and more players made available through Squad Building Challenges and Objectives, the latest of which is Union Berlin's striker Max Kruse.

These cards are especially sought after as they, like Ones to Watch, will get upgrades based on real-world performances, though unlike Ones to Watch, they are upgraded depending on how their teams do in the UEFA Champions League and Europa League.

Kruse is sure to be a popular player, not least because he is available through the no-spend Objectives, meaning that if you grind enough there is no need to part with your FUT coins.

This guide shows you how to do it.

Max Kruse RTTK - Objectives

There are four separate Objectives aka challenges you need to complete to get a hold of Kruse.

Each has its own requirements and rewards, here they are:

  • Touch of Quality: Score a Finesse goal in 3 separate Squad Battles matches on min. Professional difficulty (or Rivals)

Reward: 75+ Rated Rare Player (Untradeable) + 300 XP

  • Pinpoint Delivery: Assist 5 goals with Crosses in Squad Battles on min. Professional difficulty (or Rivals)

Reward: Gold Pack (Untradeable) + 300 XP

  • German Goal-Getter: Score with a German Midfielder in 4 separate Squad Battles matches on min. Professional difficulty (or Rivals

Reward: Two Players Pack (Untradeable) + 300 XP

  • Berlin Battle: Play 10 matches in Squad Battles on mon. Professional difficulty (or Rivals)

Reward: Rare Players Pack (Untradeable) + 300 XP

Max Kruse RTTK - stats

Max Kruse FIFA 22 Road to the Knockout stats ands rewards
(Picture: FUTBIN)

It would be hard to argue that Kruse is a meta card in FIFA 22, his lack of pace simply rule him out of the very top teams. 

Having said that, he isn't without his qualities with some very impressive shooting, dribbling and passing stats.

He would make for a good super-sub when in need of a goal.


Featured image courtesy of EA Sports.