Nadeem wrote: »
Please upgrade manager career mode. It’s still the only reason I purchase Fifa every year. Not all of us play FUT.
KANFUR66 wrote: »
please refresh football players' running, walking and turning animations.
KJSlayer wrote: »
In my opinion timed finishing is unnecessary because it wasn't present in previous FIFA's and now a lot of people are complaining about it. It's best to just remove it for FIFA 20. Also, it wasn't mentioned in the article but there is a problem in FIFA 19 about players PACE. It's weird that for ex. Salah having 91 PACE is being caught up by the 60 PACE defender. It's hard to use this atribute of a player to your advantage.
Valasco wrote: »
"Increased Error on Difficult Position Passing - 180 degrees, first-time, and pressured passes situations will now result in **slower/weaker balls**, making them less effective and easier to get intercepted by the opposing team"
This is both unrealistic and misguided from a gameplay balance point of view. Every player over the age it 14 can make any ground pass as hard as they'd like, what is difficult, what separates bad good and great players, is their ability to pass accurately in these situations. Under pressure passing accurately is very difficult as is making controlled first touches under pressure. This is the direction the game should go.
Slowing down (rather than making less accurate) difficult passes is A. Unrealistic. B. Encourages unrealistic and annoying defensive strategies. A sprinting defender may run faster than the ball itself (which has been the case in some past FIFAs). This discourages passing and interesting build-up play, and encourages extremely aggressive defending. "The ball moves faster than you can run" is a fundamental part of soccer strategy, reversing this to penalize one-touch and difficult passes is not the answer.
Handling this situation realistically has many benefits. A. Differentiates players with high passing and ball control ratings from lesser players, meaning FUT users may not choose players based solely on speed. B. Pressure and smart defending are rewarded by disrupting passes and first touches through a higher error rate.
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