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Soon gamers will hurling abuse at the screen in the same way football fans do, as FIFA 21 is set to feature real life referees in the game.
Sure FIFA has never been short of reasons to get angry at the game, and take it out on your controller or by abusing the screen or your opponent with a verbal volley of expletives.
Now you'll really be able to project your hatred of real life referees onto the game with far more ease, as they'll be introduced to FIFA 21. Your hate of Mike Dean's decision on Saturday is likely to turn into a rage quit after he's failed to give you a penalty on the game just hours later.
A few new features in #FIFA21- Donk - FUT Trader (@FUTDonk) July 26, 2020
New real world Referees are being added, Mike Dean has already been spotted.
There is now an ability to instantly stop for a free kick during a period where the referee has given advantage.
The news that advantage can now be stopped will also be of interest to fans of Tranmere supporting Dean who famously celebrated an advantage once, or at least looked to.
The referee played an advantage for Spurs in a game against Aston Villa in the Premier League a few years ago. With his arms still wide open the north London side scored and Dean ran off pointing at the centre spot, as if celebrating an assist.
Fans have been given their first looks at FIFA 21 in the past few days, starting off with the announcement that Kylian Mbappe will be on the cover of this year's edition of the game.
The Frenchman may have already fallen to the EA Sports curse though as he got injured in the Coupe de France final on Friday night, as PSG picked up their latest bit of silverware.
Career mode seems to have a bit of a revamp and will have a feature that first appeared 14 years ago, with managers being able to sim matches, Football Manager style.
If things aren't going well than gamers will be able to jump back in to playing mode to help out their ailing team, top half suited manager, bottom half shorts in Bryan Robson style.
Are you excited for FIFA 21? Let us know your thoughts about the game in the comments.
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