A step-over in the right direction.
Friendly marketing is friendly.
This is the same story every year. The demo comes out and it has some decent gameplay changes, fast forward to late October or so and everything is patched out for a speed-trumps-all mess to drive FUT.
Ive never understood why they patch fifa after release. It seems to release fine every year and every patch they release they are it worse and worse. I swear what they do is they patch the players in Ultimate team to make them worse, so when all the new players that release they seem better and more people want them, so they make more money from fifa points. Ive always noticed this with my players and even Icons (if im luck enough to get one) they start off awesome and I guess if they stayed good there would be no need to change your team, so you wouldn't need to spend any money hey.
Then they ruin it for FIFA 23 then say FIA 24 will have the gameplay fixed :/
I heard that since 07
Stick with PES thanks, not touched a EA game in 6 years. If you want change in the industry speak with your wallet or nothing with change with these evil companies like EA.
Probably going to bum you out but Konami is done with PES. They rebranded it as eFootball and it is F2P. https://www.playstationlife...
Yeah I know fella, good move imo. It let's you choose the modes you actually want to buy and play though which is a good imo. I'll download the basic free version which comes with 9 teams and buy the English league pack and single player league and cup campaigns meaning I'll play what I normally play and just avoid the team packs and other stuff I never touch. As long as I can still play English leagues and online I'm not fussed about the rest. So efootball free and say £20 on DLC modes and I'm set. Simples really I don't get all the hate tbh?
There is no right direction for EA. There is only a no-direction. Every year, same shit
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