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FIFA 21’s PlayStation 4 Metacritic Score Hits A New Low As Angry Fans Continue Boycott

Adnan Riaz

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FIFA 21’s PlayStation 4 Metacritic Score Hits A New Low As Angry Fans Continue Boycott

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EA Sports' FIFA 21 has hit an incredible new low point as angry fans have ramped up their boycotting of the title on Metacritic.

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But fans of the popular series expressed their dissatisfaction not long after FIFA 21's launch by tanking the PS4 version of the title's Metacritic page to a 1.1 score.

FIFA 21's user PS4 score now sits at a nadir 0.8 score after a whopping 1,173 ratings were submitted to the page.

Fans also slammed EA Sports in their comments and explained why they awarded FIFA 21 low scores.

One player wrote: "Copy and Paste [sic] for so many years with MINOR changes. More difficult to defend but could do with some realism work. Too easy to score and this is on Legendary difficulty."

Credit: Metacritic
Credit: Metacritic
Credit: Metacritic
Credit: Metacritic

While another Metacritic user posted: "Game is virtually an exact copy of FIFA 17-20. The very small number of changes could have been a free update to any of the other FIFAs. And with any other game company they would have been called a minor patch or update."

A third said: "Same as FIFA 20, the defending on this game is absolutely shambolic. I'm having to score 6 to 7 goals a game just to barely win games and I am an experienced FIFA player who usually has a decent record [sic] I've never seen anything like this you are utterly at the mercy of attackers it's quite tragic."

And a fourth added: "Same game since 2015, they just don't care about the consumers, they just change the kit of the teams."

FIFA 21 is slated to launch on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X on 4th December, while a Stadia version is expected for release at a later date.

Topics: gaming news, Electronic Arts, EA Sports, FIFA 21, PlayStation 4, PS4

Adnan Riaz
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