Wolves FC 24 player faces in full as Bellegarde unrecognisable and Bueno questionable - gallery

Here's what every Wolves player that features on EA FC 24 looks like, with most looking like themselves.

EA FC 24 has been out in the United Kingdom since September 29, and once again you’re able to take charge of Wolves.

FC 24 replaced FIFA 23, with the game undergoing a re-brand after EA Sports and FIFA could not reach an agreement to extend their deal. The game is incredibly similar to its previous editions, however the kits are updated and so are the playing squads. Molineux remains on the game, and it’s quite realistic with the camera angle showcasing the away supporters like you would if you were watching on Match of the Day, Sky Sports or TNT Sport.

As Wolves are a Premier League club, there is an expectation given that it is 2023, that the game tries to mimick real-life as much as possible. As a result, EA Sports employees meet Wolves players and organise a media session in which the players are placed in front of their equipment, and pose in front of the camera so their likeness can be put on to the game.

Some players however fall through the gaps, and either arrived from a country that isn’t fully licenced or may not have been present. As a result, their likeness isn’t exact, and to try and make up for it, those designing the players try to make a mock up of them. It often brings up mixed results, but to be fair most are spot on here.

Flick through to see all the Wolves players’ face scans on EA FC 24. Do you think that they look like their real-life counterparts or could some work be done? Let us know in the comments.

As Wolves are a Premier League club, there is an expectation given that it is 2023, that the game tries to mimick real-life as much as possible. As a result, EA Sports employees meet Wolves players and organise a media session in which the players are placed in front of their equipment, and pose in front of the camera so their likeness can be put on to the game.

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