Franck Ribery's FIFA 20 Face To Be Fixed After His Complaint
Franck Ribery's FIFA 20 face is set to be changed in a new update after the Fiorentina forward complained about his current one.
Ribery had complained about his lack of game face on Twitter and it seems that EA Sports have listened and given him a face again.
Ribery is one of 37 players who will be receiving a new face in an upcoming update.
A variety of players have been chosen to have new facial scans.
It is strange that Ribery's face was taken out of the game completely despite how out of the blue his move to Serie A was, considering he was at Bayern Munich just last season.
He is still yet to be put in the FIFA Ultimate Team mode to the chagrin of players.
Many of Ajax's squad that reached last season's Champions League semi-final have received brand new facial scans.
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Teenage wonderkid Joao Felix is also amongst the updates following his huge £113 million transfer from Benfica in the summer.
A variety of Real Madrid stars such as Thibaut Courtois and Marcelo have received brand new scans as well.
Despite Ribery finally receiving his new game face, Pro Evolution Soccer's facial scan is perhaps the far better of the two.
They replied to Ribery's original tweet with a cheeky image of what the French winger looks like in their game.
Hey Franck! Do you know who this guy is? :wink: pic.twitter.com/f6HfiH8DZ9- eFootball PES (@officialpes) October 17, 2019
It certainly helps PES that they have the licence for Serie A this season so they can kit Ribery and his Fiorentina teammates out in their official kit.
Ribery has been in the news this week for shoving a match official at the full time whistle and receiving a red card for it.
He'll be a huge miss for Vincenzo Montella's side as he has forged a great partnership with young Italian forward Federico Chiesa.
At least he'll be able to enjoy a few games of FIFA as himself during his suspension.
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