EA Launch Patch Update To Deal With Issues
EA Sports have launched a patch update that’s been implemented to address a number of stability issues and game fixes. A whole host of gamers have been reporting that the latest installment has been freezing from time to time and they’ve also acknowledged this fault and are working on a fix for that too.
One of the Electronic Arts community managers posted on the official forums and explained what the first title update does in terms of addressing issues. He said:
stability issues found in the closed beta and minor fixes to a couple game mode (Skill Games, Creation Centre) items.
From original feedback from the franchises fans from the early access and demo period, EA plan to tweak the header system a little more too as the headers from crosses and corner-kicks don’t seem to be realistic enough. When we played the demo, we noticed this needs urgent attention and sorting as well.
The thread also went on to add:
we’re aware that some users are experiencing freezes during the game. We continue to investigate these reports internally, and with our partners, and will update the community when we know more.
FIFA 14 landed in North America yesterday in all major retailers that sell video games, and it’s due for release worldwide in two days time on the 27th.
The finesse shots are also to be tweaked slightly too, although we encountered no issues with this whilst we played. The overall accuracy of the lofted through-balls are the final tweak that EA plan to do something about, with fans complaining that the ball went out into touch far to often.
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