The Summer Heat promo on FUT 20 is going strong with the content EA is putting out. Right after the release of the new Ferland Mendy, you can now bag in Summer Heat Kessie as well through completing some rather simple objectives.
Physical Passer: Assist in 2 separate Squad Battles matches on min. Professional difficulty (or Rivals) using players with min. 88 physicality
Ranged Rocket: Score and outside of the box goal in 2 separate Squad Battles matches on min. Professional difficulty (or Rivals) using Serie A players
Serie A Scorer: Score 10 goals in Rivals using Serie A players
Midfield Magic: Score and assist in 6 separate Rivals wins using Midfielders.
The objectives are pretty simple and it shouldn’t take too many matches to complete the set of objectives.
Summer Heat Kessie is meant to be deployed as a box to box or can even be played as a second defensive midfielder. The work rates for Kessie are high/high. The skill moves and weak foot combo for Kessie is 4*4*. As for traits, Summer Heat Kessie is equipped with the solid player trait which means he’s less likely to be injured during collisions. The recommended chemstyle for him should be either an Anchor or Engine depending on where you plan on playing him. Summer Heat Kessie is probably one of the harder players to link unless you’re either running a full Serie A squad or have plenty of icons in your squad.
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In game, his standout feature is definitely his strength. It’s clearly reflected as he can shrug off opposition players really well. There’s a tendency of attackers getting knocked off balance as well when facing him. Most of the times, he tracks back well when the opposition is attacking. He feels pretty good going higher up the pitch though often you can literally feel the low agility (81) acting in. Shooting seems pretty average for a midfielder, can’t expect him to score inside the box.
Worth it or not?
Probably no, unless you’re running a Serie A squad looking for an upgrade or can somehow fit in your team. But other than that if you have some time to spare and can afford a bit of grind, go ahead and complete it or save up as fodder for an upcoming SBC.