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eFootball 2023: The complete Carryover Guide and Tips

All that you need to know about the upcoming version update 2.2.0!

The well-known soccer video game eFootball 2023 is planned to release version update 2.2.0 in November. The access to the list of players, managers, and in-game items on their eFootball 2023 Mobile accounts will be affected by an upgrade at some point, according to information recently released by the game’s publishers, KONAMI.

On the official KONAMI website, you can find recently released details regarding how the eFootball 2023 carryover update will arrive and how it will affect those in-game items and features. However, many questions have been raised by fans, since KONAMI’s website failed to adequately explain a few points. We will go into detail about the change from version update 2.1.0 to version update 2.2.0 in our eFootball 2023 Carryover Guide in an effort to answer some often asked questions from users.

eFootball 2023 Carryover Guide

To the delight of fans, the majority of in-game assets, including settings, base teams, players, and managers, are getting carried over. The following list of in-game resources and features is all slated to be carried and not carried over in the future version 2.2.0:

Carryover ItemsNon-Carryover Items
eFootball CoinsCurrently active Premium Objectives (Since the update is likely to drop post expiration of these Objectives).
GPParticular game and user settings(commentary data, the balance sheet, and the history of online matches).
eFootball Points
Contract Renewal Tickets
Training Level Programs
Nominating Contracts
Chance Deals
Campaign and Career Objectives Progression
Select User Settings like Username, Country/Region, Date of Birth, Login Bonus
Info via Konami

What will happen to my existing team in eFootball 2023

Let’s now speak about what happens to your Base Team, Player Cards, and Managers after the version update 2.2.0. There can be two scenarios for each of these assets: either they will be carried over or they won’t be. Let us explore what would happen in the respective scenarios.

Base Team

  • Your Base team is available in version 2.2.0: In this case, your set team will remain unchanged after the upgrade and your base team will be carried over.
  • Your Base team is not available in version 2.2.0: When you log in following the maintenance, you will be prompted to select a new base team.

Players

  • Player cards bagged after the version upgrade 2.1.0: Following the release of the 2.2.0 update, all Player Cards signed throughout the aforementioned time frame will remain valid.
  • Player cards bagged before the version upgrade 2.1.0: There can be two possibilities: either your player would be eligible for carryover or you will be duly compensated with in-game rewards against that player.

The compensation rewards users are due to receive against the Non-Carryover player cards are as per the following slabs:

Non-Carryover Player CardsCompensation Rewards
Standard Player Cards1. ”n” number of GPs where n corresponds to the amount needed to sign that specific Standard Player Card in version update 2.1.0.
2. A fixed number of Training Level Programs.
Featured Player Cards1. ”n” number of GPs where n corresponds to the amount needed to sign the Standard Player Card version of the specific card in version update 2.1.0.
2. A fixed number of Training Level Programs.
Trending Player Cards1. ”n” number of GPs where n corresponds to 1.5 times the amount needed to sign the Standard Player Card version of the specific card in version update 2.1.0.
2. A fixed number of Training Level Programs.
Epic Player CardsAll Epic Player Cards will be carried over in version update 2.2.0 since they have been introduced post version update 2.1.0
Legendary Player CardsEquivalent Number of Chance Deals each of which would get you a guaranteed Legendary Player.
Highlight Player Cards1. ”n” number of GPs where n corresponds to 1.5 times the amount needed to sign the Standard Player Card version of the specific card in version update 2.1.0.
2. A fixed number of Training Level Programs.
Info via Konami

Managers

Managers eligible for a carryover

In this case, the manager’s team and the league will be changed to reflect the manager’s eligibility for carryover as indicated on that page. On the other hand, his skill with team playstyles and aptitude for coaching will not change.

eFootball-2023-Manager
Image via Konami

Managers not eligible for a carryover

You will receive compensation in the form of GP in this scenario. Users are likely to bag ”n” number of GPs where n corresponds to the amount needed to sign that particular Manager post version update 2.1.0.

eFootball 2023 Carryover Guide: Tips and Tricks

Refrain from releasing any Players right now

By the end of October at the latest, Konami is likely to release the names of Player Cards that aren’t eligible for a carryover. Even if you don’t need that particular player, don’t release them till then. Let’s say the player you want to release ends up being a non-carryover asset. In that situation, you will lose out on the compensation rewards in the form of GP and Level Training Programs. If it is a Legendary Player Card, do not even consider releasing him at this time since, if he falls into the non-carryover category, he could earn you a Legendary Chance Deal.

eFootball-2023-Duplicate-Legendary-Players
Image via Konami

Releasing Managers isn’t a good choice either

This is another obvious thing. One cannot afford to miss out on Compensation rewards of any kind. Hence stop cleaning up your unwanted players and managers until and unless Konami announces the list of those who are eligible for a carryover.

Keep track of when your eFootball Points and Nominating Contracts expire

Even though both of these assets will be eligible for a carryover in version update 2.2.0, there are chances that they may go inactive during the extensive maintenance that is scheduled prior to the release. This is due to the fact that these assets have specified expiration dates.

Therefore, if you see that they are approaching their expiration date, and use them to redeem in-game items before version update 2.2.0 to negate any risks.

eFootball-2023-eFootball-Points
Image via Konami

Go into the version update with an empty inbox

Although Konami said that any unclaimed things from your inbox would be carried over, the story wasn’t the same during any of the carryover updates from the past. Because of this, we advise you to claim them to be safe and avoid running the danger of missing out on those benefits.

eFootball-2023-Inbox
Image via Konami

Common FAQs on eFootball 2023 carryover

Q: What would happen to my Profile Avatar post version update 2.2.0?

A: If the specific Legendary Player Card that your avatar is wearing is eligible for carryover after an upgrade, then your avatar is likely to be carried over. If not, then your profile photo will be reset to default.

Q: When will the list of players and managers with carryover eligibility be released?

A: It is projected that Konami will announce the list of Base Teams, Players, and Managers who won’t be eligible for carryover, latest by mid-October.

Q: Will my Game Plans (including those in my Game Plan List) be carried over?

A: Yes, it will be carried over.

Q: Is there a carryover for my unused training programs and Contract Renewal Tickets?

A: Yes, it will be carried over.

Check our other guides on eFootball 2023 here below!

What do you think of version 2.2.0 of eFootball 2023? Are you conscious of the in-game items that are likely to carryover post this update? Let us know in the comments below!

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