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Christian Benteke has already 'fixed' mistake in EA Sports FC 24 trailer

Christian Benteke has already 'fixed' mistake in EA Sports FC 24 trailer

A fan spotted the mistake involving Christian Benteke and Lorenzo Insigne, who plays for Toronto FC.

Christian Benteke says he has "been done dirty" after EA Sports made him the same height as 5'4 striker Lorenzo Insigne in the official EA FC 24 trailer.

The first trailer for the new EA Sports FC game dropped on Monday afternoon ahead of its official release on September 29.

With the company embarking on a new era following the conclusion of its successful 30-year partnership with FIFA, all eyes were on the finer details following a controversial front cover.

And just 37 seconds into Monday's trailer, fans picked up on the fact that Christian Benteke, who stands at 6'3, was the same height as Toronto FC forward Lorenzo Insigne.

Insigne should be one of the smaller players when September's release rolls around, but EA clearly misjudged his slender 5'4 frame in their latest teaser, much to the amusement of some.

You can check out the full trailer below.

Twitter account @UTSources picked up on the mistake shortly after EA's trailer dropped, before Benteke himself responded in style.

The 32-year-old forward, who plays under Wayne Rooney at MLS side DC United, tagged EA Sports FC in the post alongside a caption saying: "Been done dirty here".

He then updated the screenshot with a much bigger version of himself. "Fixed it".

In terms of changes we can expect, rumours suggest you will be able to play with male and female players on the same team in EA FC 24; something which has been heavily touted for the upcoming Ultimate Team mode.

New features are being kept under wraps at present but fans should expect more details to arrive on July 13, when the full reveal will drop.

For the time being, Cam Weber, who is the EVP, Group GM EA SPORTS & Racing, has given fans a sneak preview of what is to come.

"This new independent platform will bring fresh opportunity – to innovate, create and evolve. This is much more than just a change of symbol - as EA SPORTS, we’re committed to ensuring EA SPORTS FC is a symbol of change," he said in an official statement.

"We’re dedicated to meaningfully reinvesting in the sport, and we’re excited to work with a large and increasing number of partners to expand to new authentic experiences that bring joy, inclusivity and immersion to a global community of fans. I look forward to sharing more detail on these plans in the coming months.

"EA SPORTS FC will allow us to realize this future and much more…but not before we deliver our most expansive game ever with our current naming rights partner, FIFA, for one more year. We are committed to ensuring the next FIFA is our best ever, with more features, game modes, World Cup content, clubs, leagues, competitions, and players than any FIFA title before."

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Featured Image Credit: Getty/EA Sports FC 24

Topics: Major League Soccer, FIFA, EA Sports, Gaming