Full Club And Stadium Customisation Is Coming To FIFA 21 Ultimate Team
FIFA 21 Ultimate Team is set to feature the most in-depth club customisation yet - with players able to edit their entire stadium as well as crowds.
EA Sports have revealed the next installment of their hit franchise is about giving players 'total control' over their team.
A brand new 'FUT Stadium' has been introduced which will allow for full customisation of tifos, stadium banners and trophies to create your own experience.
Atmosphere customisation has also been introduced with a whole slew of new options.
Get rewarded for your creativity and control with new features in the most intelligent FIFA gameplay to date.
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Goal music, chants, club anthems and even pyrotechnics can be tweaked to make every goal feel like a World Cup winner.
EA explained that "decisions aren't just limited to the pitch" when it comes to making your own Ultimate Team.
The popular game mode has also seen a number of tweaks when it comes to managing your squad.
Many have speculated the game could opt to ditch fitness cards which will bring great joy to many players.
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A leak being shared on Reddit claims that a "set amount of games" will be set on a weekly basis for Division Rivals.
If the rumors are true, #FUT will join Madden and EA's NHL series in removing fitness cards. There has been no indication #FIFA will delete contract cards like @EASPORTS_MUT however.
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EA have already stripped the fitness aspect from NHL 'HUT' mode and Madden's Ultimate Team, so it would make sense to remove these, at times, frustrating fitness rules from FIFA.
Gaming website Dexetro understands if these major changes are implemented, the swap would come into effect when FIFA 21 is released on October 9.
One thing that won't be changing is the amount of substitutions you can make in a game.
Teams have been granted five substitutions since the return of football amid the coronavirus pandemic.
While FIFA prides itself on being as realistic as possible, lead gameplay producer Sam Rivera has admitted the function will not be available at launch.
He explained: "It could but at the moment it's not in there because the game was planned before the pandemic and before coronavirus. So it's with crowds and regular football rules.
"We plan it from September to January and then it's very difficult to adapt at the last minute but if this rule continues it may be something we look to add in for the future."
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