EA Sports are introducing several new features to FIFA 19 but none are more important than the addition of Jesse Lingard's 'Milly Rock' dance.
The celebration is in relation to the hip hop track from the rapper with the same name and became a viral trend much like the whip, whip and nae nae.
Lingard debuted it as a celebration when he scored a brace during the 3-1 win over Arsenal at the Emirates last season and turned the stadium into a dancefloor.
And now gamers will be able to do the very same celebration on the upcoming FIFA, with footage of it in action in the FIFA 19 beta version emerging online.
All you have to do is press 'a' on Xbox and 'circle' on PlayStation and Lingard starts flexing, prompting your opponent to start throwing controllers and rage-quitting in about 10 seconds.
There's no word on whether the trademarked 'J-Lingz' celebration has made the cut yet, but we do know that Paul Pogba's "Billy" dance is in, as is Kylian Mbappe's arms-folding.
Pogba also does the Billy Dance if you press A pic.twitter.com/1aLVDr1EeZ- World Cup winner, Paul Pogba (@bIindinho) August 12, 2018
They got Mbappe on point though :joy: pic.twitter.com/JuAgeUskne- World Cup winner, Paul Pogba (@bIindinho) August 12, 2018
One thing that isn't in this year's game is the iconic 'park the bus' tactic - regularly deployed by your mate when he fancies playing six at the back and shithousing his way to a 1-0 win, will not be a thing anymore.
EA Sports have made a total revamp of tactics ahead of September's release and that means there will be no parking the bus, or all-out attack for that matter - popular YouTuber MattHDGamer has confirmed the news after playing the new FIFA months prior to its release.
It's a big change considering park the bus had become a feature of FIFA gameplay, as you'd always turn left all the way on the D-pad in scenarios where your back's against the wall and you simply have to take a defensive approach to preserve your narrow lead.