The Issue of Cheaters in FIFA 17

Cheaters in FIFA 17

FIFA 17 is almost one of the most popular sport games in the world. Please pay attention the word “almost” because there are still some flaws and in the game, some of them are terrible, cheaters, for instance. Many of players should have faced the problem caused by cheater on PC who often use cheats to increase their possibility of win and, they made you annoyed and frustrated but they always escaped being punished. This is horrible for the honest players.

In fact, FIFA series could be just wonderful if it was not for the huge numbers of cheaters in Seasons and FUT (PC version). Many players have reported the issue to EA but it seems that few of them got positive reply. The issue hasn’t been tackled and there still many cheaters. Many players wonder if EA will develop some better security to stop the cheating programs. They think every year EA lied that the cheaters will be gone from FIFA PC but every time they are still there! Players wish to know if EA will implement something to stop this.

As far as i am concerned, EA can fix it once and for all if they are really willing to do so. EA Sports simply haven’t bothered to do this for FIFA. They have completely neglected it. I know this because Alt+F4 quit cheat existed from FIFA 05-11 PC. It took 6 years for EA to fix Alt+F4 in FIFA 12 PC.

There are cheaters on PC in the leaderboard. A few people have like over 1000 wins and only 40-60 losses. EA have done nothing to ban these cheaters and remove them from the leaderboards even after reporting them through the Origin client. It’s funny how these forums here are so strict when it comes to forum rules, but when it comes to cheating in their FIFA games there is no moderator for the FIFA online servers. .Just a few days I played the number 1 cheater in FIFA 17 PC. His name starts with M ends with a 7. I’m not gonna say his full name because it will be naming and shaming. But he tried to cheat on me. Miraculously though I got the win. He has 1200+ wins and only 50 losses. I was West Ham United and he was Leicester City. As soon as I scored quick fire doubles to lead 2-1. Shortly after that there was an “online sync in error”. Luckily this time I got a 3-0 win. But in most of the other case scenarios I wouldn’t have a win recorded. If the cheater attempts to quit using online sync in error and the game was for example in a 0-0 state then you get loss.

I think adding the Punkbuster is a valid solution. All games with Punkbuster usually get rid of cheaters/hackers. The Punkbuster program runs in the background it detects trainers, cheat programs, etc. If you try to enter a multiplayer Punkbuster enabled server without the Punkbuster client the game kicks you off the server until you get Punkbuster up and running again. And even if the cheater somehow manages to trick Punkbusters system they will update the Punkbuster version for that given game so that particular new cheat no longer works. These precautionary measures can be done.

I cannot understand why EA has not considered this, maybe the cost issue. However, EA is making an enormous amount of money on this game, how about taking a tiny bit of that amount and to address the issue once and for all?

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FIFA 17 will be Frostbite’s Biggest Test

EA transitions its most crucial franchise to the DICE’s tech, but will it enhance or hinder the series?

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Electronic Arts has once again confirmed that this year’s FIFA outing will be powered by the firm’s Frostbite engine and revealed the first look at the upcoming game. While there is no doubt FIFA 17 is looking visually impressive, there’s a greater challenge ahead for the development team.
By dropping the Ignite engine, EA Canada potentially loses many – though perhaps not all – of the intricacies and techniques that are geared specifically towards the gameplay of FIFA. Features such as crowd reactions and the ‘True Player Motion’ animations touted as a key selling points for the past few FIFA games. Some of these have been built into Frostbite over the past few years, but the point stands: Ignite was built around the FIFA titles, making it far more specialised and suited to the team’s purposes.

Frostbite, meanwhile, was developed around first-person shooters – namely the Battlefield series. It has since been used in multiple other first-person shooters, or at least first-person titles, including Star Wars Battlefront and Mirror’s Edge Catalyst.

Transferring development techniques and technical features between these franchises is far simpler. Even third-person action games can also benefit from an engine optimised for first-person since the gameplay and mechanics are largely similar – it’s merely the perspective that has changed. Again, Frostbite has proven itself here with the Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare titles.

That’s not to say the engine can’t be applied to other genres. BioWare has already experimented with this in Dragon Age: Inquisition. The studio dropped its Eclipse tech used for the first two Dragon Age games and opted for Frosbite with the third outing – something that certainly made Inquisition the most visually impressive game in the trilogy.

Crucially, BioWare’s technical director Jacques Lebrun said that – contrary to internet speculation – this was not a decision forced upon the studio by parent EA.

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“There was no corporate mandate,” he wrote on the Frostbite blog. “This was decided unanimously within our studio.”

However, some disgruntled fans blame Frostbite for their disappointment with the game, perceiving the tech to be unsuitable for a core RPG.

None can deny that Battlefront and Mass Effect Andromeda are visually stunning. But the onus for EA Canada is to prove that Frostbite will do more than make FIFA 17 look prettier.

Frostbite’s case isn’t helped by the fact that it has already been used in another EA Sports game: Rory McIlroy’s PGA Tour 15. While critics agree the game’s presentation was improved, the manpower and time required to transition to the new engine caused other features to suffer. The game ended up with a relatively low 60 rating on Metacritic, not to mention plenty of negative consumer reviews.

This discontent does pose a potential danger for EA Canada: FIFA has a large and important fanbase, and it’s crucial that they are kept on side.

FIFA is EA’s biggest franchise. In the UK, it is consistently the biggest selling title of the year, outperforming the likes of Call of Duty, Assassin’s Creed and even Grand Theft Auto. Any launch problems, any disappointments caused by the engine could contribute to fans jumping ship and heading to Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer (Interestingly, a franchise that is going through the same transition, now building on the Fox Engine that powered Metal Gear Solid V).

EA seems confident that the switch to Frostbite will not disrupt the series’ winning streak – and understandably so. While there are gripes about the new engine on various internet forums, the bulk of more traditional coverage for the latest Frostbite-powered games have been positive. Certainly none can deny that Star Wars Battlefront and the upcoming Mass Effect Andromeda are visually stunning.

But the onus for EA Canada is to prove that Frostbite will do more than make FIFA 17 look prettier.

Senior producer Nick Channon has already emphasised that the tech enables his team to do more with the game than in previous outings. Speaking to GamesRadar, he said: “The first thing Frostbite does is allows us to do story mode [The Journey]. To do something with that scale – where you’re going beyond the pitch – is impossible without the massive toolset Frostbite gives us.

“It’s about the future too: it sets us up really well. We can do lighting to the same standards as Battlefield and Dragon Age. Look at Old Trafford: there’s an added depth to it, more atmosphere – that comes from talking to the Battlefield team and then directly applying what we learn from them, which we couldn’t do before. And they can learn from what we’re doing too. It’s a great set-up for the company, to help improve our games.”

The Journey story mode, and its realistic recreations of key Premier League players and managers, is already being positioned as the major selling point for this year’s FIFA and will be the best showcase for what Frostbite can do. But it will be the standard multiplayer and online matches that fans will be watching closely.

A handful of EA franchises have yet to make the switch – namely Madden NFL, NHL and NBA Live. If FIFA 17 is a success, and avoids the pitfalls of PGA Tour 15, it’s a dead cert that these will also make the transition. It all depends if Frostbite can score as well as it can shoot.

 

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FIFA 17: 20 Details We already Know

EA Sports introduced FIFA 17, the latest videogame in the most successful franchise of all time football. Now that EA Play is coming, we bring to you everything we already know about the game.

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Here it is what we already know about FIFA 17:

1
FIFA 17 will be released on 27th September 2016 (North America) and 29th September 2016 (Rest of the world, including UK). You can check all the dates here.

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EA Access and Origin Access subscribers will be able to play FIFA 17 on 19th September 2016. It will be a worldwide release.

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Unlike many unofficial websites have announced, FIFA 17 will be available for third-gen consoles XBox 360 and Playstation 3. Obviously, it will also be available for Microsoft Windows, Playstation 4 and XBox One. In other hand, there will be no new FIFA game on PlayStation Vita, PlayStation Portable, Wii and Windows Phone. No details were announced for iOS and Android.

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This time, Lionel Messi will not be on the FIFA 17 cover. The new FIFA 17 ambassadors are James Rodriguez, Marco Reus, Anthony Martial and Eden Hazard. They will replace the Barcelona star in the game cover. You can check all the FIFA 17 covers here.

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The FIFA 16 additions Draft mode and women national teams will still be on FIFA 17.

6
There will be three pre-orders editions:
Standard which offers five FUT Draft Tokens but not free packs;
DeLuxe which offers 20 Jumbo Premium Gold Packs and 3 match TOTW loan players;
and Super DeLuxe which is digital only and offers 40 Jumbo Premium Gold Packs and 3 match TOTW loan players.

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FIFA 17 will cost between 60 Euros (PC standard) and 100 Euros (Super Deluxe edition).

 

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Everyone who pre-orders FIFA 17 will receive a special edition FUT Kit, created by designers or FIFA soundtrack artists, which can be used in Ultimate Team mode.

9
FIFA 17 will feature Women’s clubs football teams for the first time in the game’s history.

10
Legends will keep being a XBox 360 and a XBox One exclusive.

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FIFA 17 will be the first EA Sports franchise to use the Frostbite gaming engine, which has been used on some of the best games like Battlefield 4, Need for Speed and Star Ward Battlefront.

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Frostbite will run only on PC, Playstation 4 and XBox One.

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Interior stadium animations were added to the game.

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Mourinho will make part of the game. It is his voice in the first FIFA 17 trailer.

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The demo will be released in September and will feature 10 men’s teams.

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FIFA Points will carryover from FIFA 16.

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Custom club covers and regional covers will be released.

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Many players’ faces were (re)scanned.

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FIFA 16 gamers will have access to Web App early access.

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FIFA 17 will be available for free in EA’s The Vault in 2017.

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10 Things Need to be Included in FIFA 17(Part Ⅱ)

In our previous article, we introduced the 5 things need to be included in FIFA 17. And now I will continue the topic, below is the other 5 things:

5. More Teams

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The more teams that are on FIFA – both male and female – the better the game will be.

We need to be seeing more representatives from the lesser leagues in the football world so we have more choice when it comes to settling a dispute with out best mates. You know, the “I think I’m better than you so let’s settle it with a game using two star teams from the Ukrainian Premier League” debate. They’re always fun.

Another idea could be the introduction of classic teams. How great would it be to be able to play with or against the likes of the England ’66 World Cup winners or Arsenal’s invincibles?

Just a thought, EA…

4. More Tunes!

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FIFA music is great. There’s always a few gems from bands that you’ve never heard of that become instant classics as soon as you hear them. Then, when they make the charts six months or a year after a FIFA title’s release, we’re all like “oh, it’s that tune from FIFA…”

You know how it goes.

However, when the time comes that you’ve been playing FIFA for a couple of months, those tunes that once held a special place in your heart are now a complete pain to listen to. You’ve heard them so many times that you are forced to mute your TV and stick Spotify or something on instead.

EA Sports and Spotify need to come together and have some sort of in-house system where there are literally thousands of tunes to choose from. That way, the monotony of listening to certain ditties is destroyed.

That’s not too much to ask for, is it?

3. An Indoor Five-A-Side Mode

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Oh FIFA 97, we didn’t know how good we had it.

You don’t need me to tell you how great five-a-side was in those early games. Well, that’s if you’re about 25 or so. So if you’re younger, IT WAS TOTES AMAZEBALLS. Playing as your favourite pro teams on an indoor court was just… different. It was great.

How about instead of certain drills like tackling and stuff nobody wants to do before a game kicks off, we have a short game of five-a-side instead. You know, just to warm-up our fingers and whatnot.

Or, make indoor football its own section of the game entirely like it was back in the day.

Either way, given the nostalgic appeal to older audiences/intrigue to younger ones, it will be a winner.

Plus, since FIFA Street is dead so we need something like this to fill the gaping void in our lives.

2. More Modes

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I’m thinking about you chaps and chapettes who don’t have access to online play here… Be A Pro, career mode, and smashing your mates only takes you so far, doesn’t it?

How about we see a couple more modes added to FIFA. I’m thinking something along the likes of a referee mode, or a chairman mode.

Referee mode would run like Be A Pro, where you would fill the referee’s boots and officiate a match live from the pitch. Starting off in the park on a Sunday morning, good performances would see you rise the ranks with the aim of reaching the World Cup Final.

Chairman mode would be similar to football manager, but different enough that no one would notice. You would be in charge of hiring and firing managers, a club’s finances, setting ticket prices and building new stadiums. You know, all the things that go on above a manager’s head at a football club.

Either way, a bit more bang for our buck wouldn’t go a miss in FIFA 17.

1. Five-Star Leicester City

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It’s nothing less than they deserve. Winning the Premier League, no matter how unfashionable their players may be, is the pinnacle of the English game and they should be rewarded for that achievement.

I know that a team’s score on FIFA is worked out by averaging the players in a certain a position’s score, and I’m not for one second demanding that Danny Simpson be made an 85 and one of the best right backs on the game. FIFA should maybe look to change they way they work a team’s star rating out, or should look to make Leicester an exception.

Their units, especially in defence, are better than any single player could ever be!

Either way, Leicester need to be one of, if not the best English team on the game as they were the best English team last season.

The league table doesn’t lie, as they say. Dilly Ding Dilly Dong!

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10 Things Need to be Included in FIFA 17(Part Ⅰ)

In the previous articles, we have explained  the top 10 features the FIFA fans want to see this September. It’s almost 23 years since the FIFA series burst into our homes and started to wreck our social lives you know. We wouldn’t have it any other way though, would we?

You don’t need me to tell you that the series has come a long way from the days of FIFA International Soccer, but while the progression shown in various areas of the title has made it the undisputed King of football video games, it has also taken us in some unexpected directions that have proven to be game changers. I think I’m safe in saying nobody saw Ultimate Team coming and look at the behemoth that has gone on to become over the last few years.

We’re at the stage now where the majority of the basic features of a FIFA game are perfect, it’s all about the fine tuning and luxuries those boffins at EA Sports give us now.

As the years have gone on, the list of things us gamers have had to complain about the FIFA titles have dwindled as we’ve marvelled at the intricacies that have been given to us. That being said, as good as FIFAs 14, 15 and 16 were, they still aren’t the perfect game.

Here’s a BIG wishlist of 5 features that would make FIFA 17 the G.O.A.T!

10. An In-Game TV Channel

Martin Tyler

Sky Sports have been threatening to take over the FIFA franchise in recent years with the introduction of familiar faces like Martin Tyler, Alan Smith, Jeff Stelling and Geoff Shreeves. Why does’t FIFA go all the way and have an in-game TV channel, with cut scenes taking you into a match, providing quick analysis at half time, and showing the full highlights at full time.

Obviously, with the restrictions that come with pre-recording lines and whatnot, this could become very boring, very quickly. But surely there should be enough space to have a few different versions of Stelling presenting things to keep it relatively fresh.

The experience we get on a basic FIFA match day almost feels like the real life thing we see on television. This progressive step would blur the lines between the two even further.

9. More Realistic Time Wasting!

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75 minutes, you’re playing the computer in career mode and you’re 1-0 down to a far weaker team. They head for the corner and you spend the next 15 minutes trying to get the ball back, but only manage to tackle it out of play a few times before the referee blows for full time.

Is there anything more frustrating than that? I have no problem with a couple of tackles going out of play as they do in real life, but I don’t see how the tiniest of strikers suddenly become Batista and manage to fend off the challenge of several beefy tackles.

A bit more realism here please, EA.

8. Real Life Managers

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Just one of those little things that sees a bee enter my bonnet, if you will…

I think we’ve come so far with FIFA that it’s time to see a few of the real life managers find a spot in the game. It’s just not good to be playing with Arsenal and seeing a couple of bald managers occupying the technical areas – neither of those could be Arsene Wenger!

You may feel this is an unnecessary luxury, but just having the biggest names in the game would just be better. There’s no other way to put it.

I look at this potential facet of the game like I did with the stadiums. We didn’t need to have them in the game, after all, all we see is grass and the first few rows of seats when we’re playing a game. But having every Premier League ground there to see is just better, and takes the game to the next level.

7. Updated Kits In Career Mode

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So you’re several years into a career mode and you’re bored of the way your team looks. You’ve had the same three kits to choose from for far too long and it’s time for a change.

How about then, at the start of each pre season, you have a number of new kit designs to choose from that are generated by the game itself. All you’d need to make sure is that the club badge and sponsors stay the same – you know, for all the legal issues and whatnot.

I know this may seem hard to do in practice, but it wouldn’t have to be anything radical. Just a slightly different look to the strip you wore the season before.

Let’s keep things fresh in FIFA 17.

6. Improve The Goalkeepers

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I know there has been a marked improvement in the shot stopping abilities of the keepers over the last five or six FIFA titles, but there is still some way to go.

One on one, the keepers are great. Sometimes you think the ball is a magnet to their body/gloves. But you still get those moments when you know your number one should have saved a pretty tame shot.

The changes that need to be made to this area of the game aren’t wholesale, after all, we only had a new system given to us a couple of titles ago. We just need that bit more progression shown with how our keepers deal with certain things.

They just need to be better.

The other 5 things which need included in FIFA 17, we will explain them in next article.

5 Things EA Still Have Time to Implement in FIFA 17

1. Player searching on the transfer market

When I search a player on the market, I want all of his cards to appear. like this:

Player Name

I didn’t include his other informs cause I was lazy, but you get the idea.

2. Consumable searching on the market
When I search for squad fitness cards, I want to be able to filter the cards so I only see the squad fitness cards, and not the player fitness cards. This would save people so much time.

3. Player stats
I want to be able to see more than just games played, goals scored and assists. I want to see my player’s shot accuracy, pass accuracy, number of man of the matches, clean sheets, etc.

4. better rewards for division 1 titles
When I win division 1 multiple times, I want something more than fifa coins. Packs or draft tokens would be appreciated. the rewards should get better the more division 1 titles you win. You could also apply this to division 2 and division 3 but with smaller rewards. Not just fifa coins!

5. Savable team tactics
I want team tactics to be unique for each squad and savable. This would save the pain of checking your team tactics before every match you play.

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10 Features Fans Expected in FIFA 17

EA Sports is bound to announce FIFA 17 at the special EA Play event at E3 2016, but we find out what the fans want from the game. These are the top 10 features you want to see this September. Below is the list, so here we go.

1. ONLINE CAREER MODE

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Of all the new features or tweaks you’d like to see in FIFA 17, the biggest request across the board has been an Online Career Mode. Although you can play online matches with your mates, the Career Mode is very much a personal journey.

Fans would love to see a 2-4 player option at the least, just to get an Online Career Mode started. That would make fighting for titles and transfers all the more energetic – and competitive. Football is all about challenging and fighting for the glory, so why not make that more of a part of the Career Mode?

2. INDOOR 5-A-SIDE
Ah, FIFA 98: Road to the World Cup. There are so many reasons why you might class this one of the best FIFA games of all time, but the feature that everyone is missing right now is the indoor 5-a-side matches. Rather than including the feature in subsequent games, EA Sports decided to spin it off into FIFA Street. What a mistake.

Fans have been asking for the return of 5-a-sides or Pub Leagues since FIFA 98 and they’ll keep on asking until EA Sports hears their chanting.

3. FOCUS LESS ON GRAPHICS, MORE ON GAMEPLAY

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Many fans have argued that the actual gameplay in the more recent FIFA titles has gone a bit downhill. They’re suggesting the golden year was FIFA 12, where the game still looked great, but felt great to play too.

Shots felt more direct and accurate in FIFA 12, whereas nowadays fans feel like there are too many features that dilute the actual fun you can have.

It might be called the beautiful game, but there’s little point in it looking nice if you don’t want to play it, is there?

4. TAKE SOME INSPIRATION FROM MADDEN
In the more recent Madden games, there’s a feature where you recruit and put together a team of current players across the various positions. It’s a mix of tactics and risk, because you won’t get a good player in every position, so have to balance out between the awful default players for the positions you’ve not yet recruited for and your top players. You can also choose one of the three legendary players for your squad in the final round.

The idea is that you play challenges in order to win yourself new players and upgrade your team so you eventually have a team made up of current players from different squads, as well as legends like Pele and Best.

Who wouldn’t want a FIFA 17 team like that?

5. FIXED LANGUAGE SETTINGS
We all know the moment we boot up FIFA 16 and then have to select English for the bazillionth time. Why do we have to pick our language every time the game boots up? It’s 2016, surely the game can remember you choice?

6. FOULS AND DIVES FROM FIFA 98
Now we know that EA Sports probably won’t go for this, but fans would love to see the intentional foul and dive buttons back from FIFA 98: Road to the World Cup.

Gone are the days where FIFA games were a bit of a laugh and occasionally silly. Heck we even miss when you could run away from the referee.

7. BETTER CAREER MODE SYNCING
Fans are also asking that the Career Mode is synced better, especially the League and International Manager Modes.

Currently the latter is only a bonus that has no context within your season. There’s no conflict of interest for players, no media scrutiny and your international achievements don’t even get logged on your season review.

8. IMPROVED TRAINING

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Another top-request fan feature for FIFA 17 is to have better training options – not just those arcade-like loading screens. You could have options to take training sessions that affect your player stats depending on their performance, rather than just having to click a ton of tick boxes.

One fan even went as far as to say that EA Sports could sign a deal with FA Learning, so that the training could follow the same real-world training games and sessions as the professionals.

Kids playing FIFA 17 may then learn about coaching and drills too.

9. TATTOOS
You can’t deny that footballers’ tattoos are practically part of the football uniforms now, but players are almost baby-skinned in the latest FIFA games.

NBA 2K games embraced player ink in all their glory. It’s about time FIFA was a bit less prudish.

10. INCREASED REALISM
And of course, what would football be without a bit of drama? Could EA Sports take it all a step further and infuse the football sim with some real-world drama?

Serious injuries? Pitch invasions? Protests? Player scandals? Poor attendance for bottom of the league matches? Football really is a bit of a soap opera.

You could even have objects interrupt play. Fans, balloons, a stray cat, or even a streaker? That’s true to life right?