FIFA glitch update: EA Sports respond to flaw thats been ripping off paying players


The FIFA neighborhood were in uproar yesterday following the discovery of a FIFA glitch which could have been silently ripping off FUT players for many years devoid of ever becoming noticed.

In response, FIFA players have been demanding a boycott of the game more than fears they are becoming "cheated" in the flagship Ultimate Group on-line matches.

The "chemistry glitch" in question seems to show that EA usually are not only nerfing (creating significantly less successful) teams of hugely rated players, but in addition boosting low rated teams.

Players are rightly angry due to the fact for years gamers have been shopping for FUT cards to acquire access to far better players in the game.

But if those pricey upgraded cards are really knocking down their player stats rather of boosting them, then EA could possibly be in big difficulty.

"Thanks to the FUT community for raising awareness of a potential fitness and chemistry inconsistency in some FUT items," reads a statement offered by EA on the game's forums.

"After hearing this, our teams had been in over the weekend and continue to thoroughly investigate the facts. We will preserve you informed with updates in the investigation.

"Our commitment to a fun, fair and secure encounter in FIFA is ongoing, and as a community your feedback assists us reach that goal. A particular thanks for the continuous efforts across all channels."

All of this comes shortly soon after EA Sports announced a significant new step for their upcoming release of FIFA 17 and also a important blow against their closest competitors Konami and FIFA's key rival Pro Evolution Soccer.

The announcement concerned FIFA 17's acquisition of Japan's J1 League and all 18 teams for the first time in series history.
 

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