A lot of players have a fixed value, for example Bukayo Saka's PA is a fixed value of 177, meaning this will be his potential every single game. However, for example, Jude Bellingham has a PA range of -95 (don't ask, it's what SI named it), which means his potential will vary from 160 to 190 in every new game. This means that sometimes he's a good player for most top European sides (160), but other times he's a near-guaranteed Ballon d'Or winner (190).
|Bukayo Saka: Fixed PA: 182 - New PA Range: 170-200|
|Nicoló Fagioli: Fixed PA: 155 - New PA Range: 140-170|
|Crysencio Summerville: Fixed PA: 143 - New PA Range: 130-160|
|Endrick: PA Range: 170-200 - New fixed value: 200(!!!)|
|Michael Olise: PA Range: 150-180 - New fixed value: 180|
|James Garner: PA Range: 130-160 - New fixed value: 160|
|Anthony Elanga: PA Range: 120-150 - New fixed value: 150|
Also, both these files are .fmf file. This means that they go into your "editor data" folder, which is usually located at "\Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2023\editor data", or where-ever you've chosen to place your user data. But if you've placed in at a non-default location, you probably don't need me to explain this to you.
You also must start a new game to select this file and use, it won't work on existing save-games.
This will add a bit more variety to your save games, and hopefully make scouting the next superstar a little more fun!
Discussion: FM23 "Fixed PA" to "PA Range" - U23 - WINTER UPDATE
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Finally can start a new save after the update;)