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FIFA fans have expressed their frustration after some players designed their stadiums on Ultimate Team so that they would confuse opponents.
FIFA 22 features a full level of customisation on Ultimate Team, therefore allowing players to pick goal music, their style of nets, stands, pyro, tifos and and have it completely personal to them.
But some issues have arisen. That's because some players have made it unbearable for others due to the colours they have opted for.
Someone has taken to Reddit to share a screenshot of what they had to contend with.
The green pitch markings on the green pitch made it almost possible for them to play. Not only could the player not see where the 18-yard box was, running the ball out of play would have been easily done too.
The user wrote: "Why do we have to use our opponent's stadiums? Could not see where the box even was."
In the comments, fans could not understand how EA Sports have allowed it to happen.
The gamer wrote: "It blows my mind. How? They hired someone to run their "commitment to accessibility" and they add pitch lines that 20/20 sighted can't see. How?"
Another added: In the real football world I’ve never seen any pitch colours other than white, ridiculous coloured nets, and I have absolutely never seen a god damn confetti canon [sic]. What are they playing at?"
A third said: It really sucks too when the opponent chooses a ball that you can’t even see on the pitch."
It's becoming a very important problem that EA must address before it gets even more out of hand. In addition to the screenshot above, a video of Brentford's stadium on the game has also been shared around.
As per Dexerto, the ground, which is in the game for the first time ever, has made it difficult for users to play on when there's sun or snow.
Its user rating on Metacritic is a lowly 2.7 following 128 negative reviews.
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