How to achieve the Trailblazers goal

The Callum Wilson FC 24 challenges went live on October 13 when the Newcastle United striker received a Trailblazers target card in Ultimate Team.

“The stars of the season so far: We introduce trailblazers who defy expectations with characteristic sparks in their game. Each player’s flying start will be celebrated with new PlayStyles/PlayStyles+ that take their games to new levels in Ultimate Team,” EA Sports said in an announcement.

Callum Wilson received three new PlayStyles: Finesse Shot, Power Header and First Touch, in addition to his overall boost of plus four.

How to complete the FC 24 Trailblazers Callum Wilson target set:

  1. Assist Away: Assist at least five goals in Squad Battles. Semi-Pro difficulty (or Rivals/Champions) with a Premier League player – 500 XP, 75+ rated rare player
  2. Technical Finisher: Score at least three clever goals in Squad Battles. Semi-Pro Difficulty (or Rivals/Champions) – Small Electrum Player Pack
  3. Get ready: Score at least two goals per game in four separate games in Squad Battles. Semi-Pro Difficulty (or Rivals/Champions) – 80+ X2 Rare Gold Players Pack
  4. Win 7: Win seven matches in Squad Battles with at least a minimum number of players. “Semi-Pro” (or “Rivals/Champions”) difficulty level with at least three Premier League players in your Starting 11 – Gold Players Pack

By completing all objectives, players will receive the untradeable Trailblazers Wilson. Any goal should actually be easy to achieve in Champions this weekend, given how heavily represented Premier League players are in the squads at the moment. Wilson has great shooting stats and decent pace, but some players may feel let down by his agility and balance. He also only has three-star skills and a weak foot.

This is a fun item to add to your collection when you get a free card just by playing the game.

Greg Norman

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