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New Change To FIFA 21 Pro Clubs Could Mark The End Of An Era

New Change To FIFA 21 Pro Clubs Could Mark The End Of An Era

For the first time ever, Pro Clubs on FIFA 21 will feature 'AI Customisation' in what could truly mark the end of an era.

That's because legends on the mode such as 'De Ridder' and 'Schulz', who have both served us well over the years, may well be no more.

The new change means that players controlled by the computer can be edited, varying from their name, appearance, kit number, preferred foot and date of birth.

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And though it could simulate some serious creativity, it will likely come at the expense of the Pro Clubs cult heroes who were always there in the trenches.

Both De Ridder and Schulz did a job for millions of teams across the world, whether that be in defence or attack.

The thought of them not being in FIFA 21 as their usual selves is a sad one - and not even naming ever AI player in their honour will cure the sheer hurt of these icons being moved on.

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FIFA fans have been furious in relation to the lack of changes to Pro Clubs this time around, with many taking to Twitter to vent about the much-loved game mode being left behind.

The pitch notes from EA read: "We know this is a much-loved mode for many of our players and we've been working hard to incorporate community feedback and suggestions into offering an overall better experience for all Pro Clubs players with the addition of increased customization for your Virtual Pro, your team mates, and new ways to play with your squad."

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Ultimate Team and Career Mode have both seen significant alterations for FIFA 21 but the same cannot be said for clubs, which didn't even get its own unique trailer.

The only logical solution is to keep De Ridder and Schulz in but make them 99-rated as a fitting commemoration for their decorated careers in the game.

RIP to our fallen soldiers.

Topics: gaming news, Football News, Football, FIFA 21

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