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78+ Upgrade Squad Building Challenge

Complete this SBC to earn a pack containing a Rare Player rated 78 OVR or higher. Basically, you will exchange 6 gold players for a +78 Rare Player. Check out the chances.

FIFA 23

Mbemba and Suárez Dynamic Duo SBC

Marseille's players Mbemba and Luis Suárez received Dynamic Duo items. You can complete this SBC to earn both of them. Total price is around 50 K and 2 squads are required. Check out the details.

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League Players Dynamic Duo SBC coming soon

According to FUTSheriff, the first League Players are coming soon. But it seems that the first ones will be released as a Dynamic Duo. In FIFA 22 two players were released via the same Objective. These ones are coming via SBC. Check out the details.

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Team of the Week 3 Prediction

This is our Team of the Week 3 prediction. Top contenders are Haaland, Ben-Yedder and Nkunku. Check out the details.

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Valverde LaLiga Player of the Month SBC

Complete this SBC to earn a Federico Valverde LaLiga Player of the Month. 3 squads are required and the total price is around 220 K. Are there any differences with his In-Form item? Check out the details.

Superbike World Championship Screens

  POSTED February 24 |   VIEWS 5165

Tradewest Games confirmed that SBK X Superbike World Championship will be launching in the UK in May 2010 on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC DVD.  he game from renowned Italian developer, Milestone Studios, and published by Black Bean Games is now in its fourth generation and SBK X harnesses the thrills and exhilaration of this international racing series in bullet-fast, high-definition glory. Check out these screenshots.

  Superbike World Championship Screens

The Superbike World Championship, also known as SBK, is the international racing series that features real motorbikes available in showrooms for Joe Public to buy. It’s this relevance to the everyday biker that has catapulted SBK’s popularity in the UK and other countries around the world since it began in 1988.

Motorbike racing as a videogame offers a radically different and spine-tingling challenge for players compared to car racing games. Remove the sure footing of four wheels, introduce sub-two-second 0-60 acceleration, tarmac flying past you at 180MPH, and you’ve got a taste of what’s in store.

The challenge for the developer has always been to digitally recreate what are essentially two purely analogue machines working in perfect unison: the rider and the bike. For example, the rider’s position affects cornering, acceleration and braking, whilst the bike’s weight has to be shifted and power carefully applied at the rear wheel to deliver the blistering speeds these bikes are capable of on the tracks.

Most importantly, Milestone have worked all this control into a simple and accessible arcade mode, making it possible for anyone to pick up and play, but with enough depth and detail to satisfy committed petrol heads and bike tuners thanks to the full simulation mode.

SBK X features 1000cc and 600cc machines from Aprilia, BMW, Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, MV Agusta, Suzuki, Triumph, and Yamaha with the 14-track racing roster, which includes Germany’s notorious Nürburgring.

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Superbike World Championship Screens

Check out the latest screenshots from SBK X: Superbike World Championship. The hum of the track below you, the hiss of the wind tearing past you, the roar of the engine beneath you: this is the reality of Superbike World Championship.

SBK X: Superbike World Championship Screens

SBK X Superbike World Championship will be launching in the UK in May 2010 on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC DVD.