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David Beckham's Current-Gen FIFA 21 Face Looks WORSE Than The One Used On Last-Gen Consoles

David Beckham's Current-Gen FIFA 21 Face Looks WORSE Than The One Used On Last-Gen Consoles

Manchester United legend David Beckham has received a shockingly bad face scan for FIFA 21 on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.

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The FIFA publisher and Beckham confirmed in November that the former Real Madrid and LA Galaxy winger would be the FIFA 21 cover star for next-generation consoles.

"23 years later... so proud to be back on the cover [of EA Sports' FIFA 21]," he wrote to his 65m followers on Instagram.

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Beckham's different Icon cards are now available in Ultimate Team and fans have been eager to snap up the former England captain to try him out on the pitch.

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However, some fans have noticed that Beckham's face model for current-gen consoles pales in comparison to the one used for last-gen consoles.

The Inter Miami president has an actual in-game face on the PlayStation 4 version, featuring his classic skinhead look from the early 2000s.

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The current-gen versions feature a more youthful version of Beckham, though the in-game face shows barely any resemblance to the former England international.

FIFA 21 players who play the title before 15th January 2021 will receive a unique untradeable Beckham card for their Ultimate Team.

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The Beckham card, which will be available from 15th December, has an 86 rating and celebrates his La Liga debut for Los Blancos against Real Betis in the 2003-04 season.

The David Beckham Edition is now available for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox One Series X and PC.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/PA

Topics: gaming news, Football News, Football, David Beckham, Electronic Arts, EA Sports, FIFA 21

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