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FIFA 22 will give players the option to turn off celebrations from opponents this year.
Last year, for FIFA 21, EA Sports remove two celebrations from the game as they believe they were "toxic" for the game.
The 'Shush' and 'A-OK' celebrations were nixed following feedback from the community as was walk-back cinematic after a goal is scored in online games.
But much to the delight of fans, there's even less of a focus on celebrations on FIFA 22. As per EuroGamer, the addition of a new turn off function means players do not have to sit through the humiliating of their opponent really rubbing it.
With the new Celebration Camera Focus setting, you can instead switch focus to your team's reaction instead of the wild scenes from the opposition and this will be available in all modes from Ultimate Team to Career Mode.
"We've introduced new Celebration Camera Focus settings that allow you to focus on either your team's reaction or your opponent's celebration when conceding a goal. By default it will be set to "Opponent Celebrations." Changing this setting will affect every mode in FIFA 22."- Zwë :crown: (@ZwebackHD) August 10, 2021
"Conceding a goal is always heartbreaking, especially in a closely fought match," FUT lead producer Mike Barnucz explained.
"While celebrations are an important part of real world football, we know watching them can be a frustrating experience for some players."
Career Mode has been given a huge overhaul this year and those who like a bit of realism will enjoy new broadcast stories such as shots of teams celebrating in the dressing room after a big win, Man of the Match award presentations and brand new transfer negotiation scenes.
Another key issue EA have addressed is the use of full-backs at centre-backs, which will now see a negative impact on defensive work-rates and positioning.
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