This is no surprise I guess given that FIFA’s core experience revolves around duplication of virtual football suits from berry's blog

The very first day patches are nothing new throughout video games of course. But when thinking about FIFA, their ability to switch the perception of an overall game is almost unrivaled. This is no surprise I guess given that FIFA’s core experience revolves around duplication of virtual football suits. Whether you’re in Occupation Mode, Squad Battles or maybe playing 1v1 with your partners, each of those differing TIMORE modes relies on the persistence of the gameplay fundamentals. Typically the teams and score may well change, but the underlying system does not.


If you’re playing "Uncharted" and one of the levels is rubbish, or the pacing is crooked, you can always rely on the next anyone to be a cathedral collapsing, henchmen strangling, tank outrunning huge range. But not so with FIFA. In the event that there’s an issue with person positioning, or long injections are finding the net far too often, it affects everything. And so these launch patches can reduce the games community belief so deep.


Part of the difficulty, for me, lies in how TOOL choose to apply the early comments they receive. Because at the beginning of every FIFA, hordes of folks swarm the servers participating in countless matches and in at most a heartbeat, the first major problem surfaces. That initial origin can come from influencers, typically the forums, Reddit, or social websites; it doesn’t really subject. But once that initial "issue" seed is sown, the popular narrative bandwagon easily builds to buy cheap fut 18 coins a fever involving “FIX YOUR GAME, EA. ”


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