The Journey: Hunter Returns Chapter 6 - Win Together, Lose Alone sees you take back control of Alex Hunter in his club's final charge to the end of the season, with your future, the boss' job, and cup and league trophies at stake.

Here on this page we'll take you through everything you need to know about the The Journey: Hunter Returns Chapter Chapter 6 - Win Together, Lose Alone objectives, decisions and rewards, and provide a few tips for getting the most out of the Chapter as you go along, too.

For more details, meanwhile, head back to our FIFA 18 The Journey: Hunter Returns walkthrough hub or our main FIFA 18 tips and guide page which branches out to plenty more.

The Journey: Hunter Returns Chapter 6 - Win Together, Lose Alone objectives, decisions and rewards


The Journey: Hunter Returns Chapter 6 - Win Together, Lose Alone objectives:

  • Achieve a maximum partnership rating with your Strike Partner - Team Player trait.
  • Score 6 goals from a Strike Partner assist - +10,000 Followers.
  • Save Dino's job by winning silverware (win the league or cup) - flashy adidas boots.

The Journey: Hunter Returns Chapter 6 - Win Together, Lose Alone decisions:

  • No decisions here - just get on with winning those games!

The Journey: Hunter Returns Chapter 6 - Win Together, Lose Alone rewards:

  • Alex Hunter FUT player card.
  • Muller, Griezmann, and Alli 7-match FUT loan cards.

Chapter 6 of the Journey: Hunter Returns opens with Alex Hunter checking out the (hopefully good) news about Danny Williams' performance in the Cup Final. You're back in control of Hunter now, out in LA again for his rehabilitation, and your sister has a pep talk waiting for you.

After a chat with her - you're not your dad, you have start playing again at some point is the general gist - it's time for a quick kick about with her with some casual skill-games in the empty stadium.


For more help? Our FIFA 18 tips and guide gives you an overview of our many pointers, and if you're playing The Journey in particular, see our The Journey: Hunter Returns walkthrough. Meanwhile, we have lists of FIFA 18 wonderkids and the best young players, FIFA 18 player ratings, the best strikers, best wingers, best midfielders, best defenders and best goalkeepers. Elsewhere, we have details on five star skillers and skill moves listed, how to score free kicks, penalties and set pieces, and the FIFA 18 best players by position. Fan of Ultimate Team? We look at FIFA 18 Chemistry explained, the latest OTW Ones to Watch cards, along with best Chemistry Styles for each position, and finally how to earn FIFA Coins quickly and for free.

After that, it's time for you to get playing again - you're ready, and apparently just in time, with old Dino's job under some serious pressure and your Strike Partner keen to get things going again.

There are quite a few games ahead, but you only really have three things to think about: your performances, your link-up (assists and goals) with your Strike Partner, and your club's performances.

Win just about every game, and you'll make it to the Cup final and potentially even claw back and win the league, too. It's fairly tough, but like we said, keep winning games and you'll get there.

That, really, is all there is to it. We recommend heading back to our main FIFA 18 tips and guide hub before you dive into Ultimate Team to collect those rewards, otherwise there's one final cutscene waiting for you as an Epilogue.

Taking a phone call after a loose-end-tying meal with your dad and sister, a certain lady has been keeping her eye on you. It turns out she's something of a super-agent, and she wants to make you an Icon...

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