Twitch Streamer Snaps Controller In Half After Conceding Disrespectful Goal On FIFA 21
A Twitch streamer snapped his controller in a fit of rage after conceding a humiliating goal on FIFA 21.
Polish streamer and e-sports commentator Kamyk started streaming the latest instalment of EA Sports' hit franchise and he's had it rough so far.
This year's game has seen an increased focus on defending and after going 2-1 down to a 'sweaty' goal from Ansu Fati, he saw nothing but red mist.
Kamyk begins to tense and put his full force on the controller, before snapping it and calmly reaching for a new controller on his shelf.
Fans filled the chat with shocked replies, but it's not dwelled upon as he gets ready to kick-off once again.
At least this shows Kamyk is always prepared for the rage FIFA Ultimate Team inflicts on everyone.
While this year's game looks to have retuned a number of features including Career Mode, fans have still review-bombed the game on Metacritic.
Players have already turned to social media to claim that FIFA 21 includes a hidden scripting mechanic.
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Fans have long held to the belief that scripting in FIFA exists as they insist that a line of the code is tweaked to change the momentum of a match if it's too one-sided.
EA Sports has vehemently denied that scripting exists in FIFA, but that hasn't stopped fans from arguing that it is there.
One Twitter user posted: "I think the rubber band scripting in Fifa [sic] 21 is maybe the worst it's been... just had a game tied up in the 9th minute of stoppage. There was only supposed to be 3 minutes. I had possession in their half for the first 8 minutes, no whistles or fouls or throw ins... FFS."
While another simply tweeted: "Fifa [sic] 21 has the worst scripting in years."
A third said: "Fifa [sic] 21 still got scripting, rebounds falling to opponents, last min goals, defenders moving sooooo sus [...]."
And a fourth added: "How can u [sic] like fifa 21 its a shambles absolute full of scripting honestly."
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