The 'Shush' Celebration Has Been Removed From FIFA 21
To the delight of millions of FIFA fans around the world, it appears the infamous 'shush' celebration will not feature on FIFA 21.
In previous editions of the game, people have been able to trigger the manual celebration by holding the right thumbstick right or left.
But after a screenshot from the upcoming release emerged online, EA appear to have removed it from the title - a relief to those who have thrown their controllers in rage following the trolling gesture.
Twitter user @todoUT posted the original image from the FIFA 21 menus and well, it went down a hit with most of the community.
Looks like they've removed the shush celebration from #FIFA21 :joy:
[:camera_with_flash: @todoUT] pic.twitter.com/d7sHDL6JLz
- FIFA 21 News (@FUT21News) July 26, 2020
that's a dub, sure the crying celeration exists now but at least people can't run around shushing for 10 seconds leading up to the crying
- Elian Williams V/A :flag_black: (@elianwilliams3) July 26, 2020
Bruhhhh what celebration am I gonna do in pro clubs nowww :sweat::sob::sob:
- Brandon26 (@brandonmarte991) July 26, 2020
- Marco Novelo (@MarcoNovelo__) July 26, 2020
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In other celebration-related news, EA Sports have added Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland's iconic moves to FIFA 21.
Every year EA introduce new celebrations, with Dele Alli's viral challenge, Mo Salah's 'Yoga' and Roberto Firmino's 'Eye Patch' celebration all included last year.
And this time around, as seen in the reveal trailer that dropped on Thursday, cover star Mbappe's 'cry-baby celebration is in the mix.
Mbappe cry celebration is in fifa... already fuming and the games not even out yet #FIFA21 pic.twitter.com/oLhBC3cVtm
- ً (@efcjosh___) July 23, 2020
Mbappe imitated a crying baby when he scored against Marseille in the 4-0 Le Classique back in October and now, players will be able to produce the troll celebration when they find the net
Haaland's sitting-down 'Zen' meditation celebration - which ended up being mocked by Mbappe, Neymar and PSG after they dumped Borussia Dortmund out of the Champions League in March - will also make its way to the FIFA franchise.
Here it is, the FIFA 21 reveal trailer...#FIFA21 #FUT21 #WinAsOnepic.twitter.com/hq7pSsGkZL
- FIFA 20 FUT News (@UltimateTeamUK) July 23, 2020
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