eFootball 2022 Dream Team Guide – Different Ways to Play (Part Two)



In part one, I covered the basics of Dream Team and how to build a team. In part two, I’ll cover the different ways to play and actually compete within eFootball 2022‘s Dream Team mode.

What Are Seasons?
Within Dream Team there are numerous ways to play versus the offline CPU (AI) or player versus player (PvP). Both options have their pros and cons and offer various rewards via objectives depending on the nature of the competition — and for those who play against the AI, varying degrees of rewards based on the level of your AI (professional, top player, and so on). Before we go into these various modes/challenges, it’s important to understand what a Season is. According to Konami, a Season is:
“Season” is a new concept that will be introduced to eFootball World. A Season will be defined by a theme that reflects the latest soccer trend. This theme will also be at the center of your experience of eFootball, since it will be emulated in various aspects of the game.
Seasons run for a limited amount of time, meaning that objectives, challenges, special events, and other themes are limited to the timeframe set forth by Konami. For example, we are now in Season 2, which officially started on June 16 of this year. I won’t go into great detail as to what Season 2 contains but here’s a brief overview:

European Leagues Highlights -Clubs, Team Playstyles and Prime Players-
Dream Team Power Packs
Dream Team Updates

Legendary Managers
Objectives
Save Multiple Game Plans
Suggested Progression Points Allocation
Launch of “eFootball™ 2022” Mobile

You can find additional details here on eFootball‘s official site. Now that we’ve covered the overarching concept that are Seasons, let’s jump into the different challenges available within Season 2.

Events
In eFootball 2022, events are Season-specific challenges where you can play matches and reap the rewards from these matches if you win. From the “Starter” event created especially for the new users to AI matches against teams from featured leagues, you can take part in a variety of events that correspond to the real-life soccer season. Test your mettle against the AI with Vs AI Matches, or go up against Dream Teams from around the globe with User Matches.

Challenge Events
Challenge Events are one of the largest official worldwide esports tournaments out. Usually broken down into rounds, there is no special application required. This means anyone can automatically join the tournament starting in Round 1 and then progress through subsequent rounds should you complete the required objective. More information regarding this event can be found here.
Starter Events (Subject To Change)
Starter Events are different ways to compete, both versus the AI and PvP. Like Seasons, they are subject to change over time but are usually a week long and typically start after Konami performs its weekly scheduled maintenance (generally Wednesday nights here in the US). Within each event there are different challenges with rewards tied to each challenge.
Starter Match
The best event for you to get a hang of how to play matches by receiving rewards by collecting Event Points against the AI. Including players that have a Player Bonus in your GamePlan will earn more Event Points than usual. Competition Schedule is roughly 90 days
Rewards

250pts – 2,750pts – 15,000 GP/4,000 Training Program x 2
3,000pts – 35,000 GP/4,000 Training Program x 2
Then, after every 1,000 pts – 100 GP

Club-Specific Challenge (Subject To Change Weekly/Monthly)
Receive rewards by collecting Event Points while playing against the AI. Including players that have a “Player Bonus” in your GamePlan will earn more Event Points than usual.

Competition Schedule – about 7 days
Rewards – 250pts – Chance Deal for FC Bayern Munich
Then, after every 1,000 pts – 100 GP

Worldwide Clubs
Receive rewards by completing challenges while playing PvP matches.

Competition Schedule – about 7 days
Challenge 1 – Accumulate 1+ pts  in 3 matches
Challenge 2 – Accumulate 3+pts in 3 matches
Challenge 3 – Accumulate 5+ pts in 3 matches
Challenge 1 Rewards – 1st Time – 2,000 GP, Exp 1000 Training Program x1, 2nd Time+ 100 GP
Challenge 2 Rewards – 1st Time – 2,000 GP, Exp 1000 Training Program x1, 2nd Time+ 100 GP
Challenge 3 Rewards – 1st Time – 4,000 GP, Exp 1000 Training x 2, 2nd Time+ 100 GP

European Club/Masters Cup
Receive rewards by collecting Event Points while playing against the AI. Including players that have a “Player Bonus” in your GamePlan will earn more Event Points than usual.

Competition Schedule – about 7 days
250pts – 500pts – 2,000 GP/1,000 Training x 1
1000pts – 2,000pts – 3,000 GP/1000 Training x 1
3,000pts – 5,000 GP/1000 Training x 1

eFootball League
eFootball League is a Division-based online league mode in eFootball game where you take on other users with your Dream Team and promote to higher divisions to get higher rewards and prizes.
Promotion
To get promoted to a higher division, you need to gain wins. You will have 10 matches to play in each division, once you reached enough points to promote, you can skip your remaining games if there is any.
Relegation
Relegations will occur if you fail to reach retentions to stay in your current division tier. In that case, the remaining matches can be skipped.
Rewards
Climbing through the divisions will cause you to earn better Phase Rewards. Furthermore, you will be able to earn Ranking Rewards according to your final Ranking in Division 1 at the end of a Phase.

Matchmaking
The matchmaking in the eFootball League is based on your current division, your location, and your Collective Strength. You can partially customize your matchmaking by going to the settings menu in the eFootball League (by pressing Squad button on PS or X button on Xbox) and changing the Matchmaking Area options.

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