A set of objectives requiring you to have the Rainbow Snowflake Badge in FC 24 has been released, and here is how to get this badge.

These challenges offer fantastic rewards, including a 1 of 4 85+ Rare Gold Player Pick, Additionally, you will earn a bunch of other high-value packs. It is a must do objective!

Securing this crest is pretty simple, but some players may be caught out on wondering where to locate it.

How to Get Rainbow Snowflake Badge

You must hit Level 26 in Season 2 to get the Rainbow Snowflake Badge. Getting to this level will require 25,500 XP. This means you must complete as many objectives as possible to get there.

You can find out your level or how much XP you need by heading to Objectives → Season Progress.

Season 2 is in-game until Thursday, December 21, 2023, at 12 AM PT / 3 AM ET / 8 AM GMT. This means you have to get to Level 26 and get the Rainbow Snowflake Badge.

At the moment, reaching this level is impossible and you must wait for more XP Objectives to release.

It is likely Level 26 will be an obtainable achievement around one week before the season ends. In previous seasons, this was the case.

Rainbow Snowflake Badge in Season Progress

Level 26 Bonus Play Challenges

Once you have the Rainbow Snowflake Badge, equip it, and you can start completing the following challenges. They are pretty straightforward and won’t require much work:

  • Play 10 matches in any Ultimate Team game mode
    • 78+ X2 Rare Gold Players Pack (Untradeable)
  • Play 20 matches in any Ultimate Team game mode
    • 80+ X2 Rare Gold Players Pack (Untradeable)
  • Play 30 matches in any Ultimate Team game mode
    • 82+ X2 Rare Gold Players Pack (Untradeable)
  • Play 40 matches in any Ultimate Team game mode
    • Gold Players Pack (Untradeable)
  • Play 50 matches in any Ultimate Team game mode
    • 80+ X5 Rare Gold Players Pack (Untradeable)
  • Group Reward
    • 1 of 4 85+ Rare Gold Players Pick (Untradeable)
Rainbow Snowflake Badge Bonus Objectives
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