With FIFA career mode being one of the most popular aspects of the game itself, Electronic Arts have now made a major change in their most recent update. Check it out!
What’s the story?
With EA promising that the FIFA22 instalment is one of their most technologically advanced editions in recent years, a feature in the career mode has been updated.
Players can now go ahead and manually save their Career Modes after it was initially removed with the view of streamlining autosaves. For players with multiple teams or profiles in the Career Mode, this was particularly troublesome however, EA has now made the change.
According to a post on the FIFA Direct Communication Twitter account, EA mentioned, “In Title Update #3, we've added the manual save option once again in Career Mode, to avoid any possible issues with multiple save files.”
See update below:
According to Comicbook.com, the rest of the Career Mode Patch notes include:
Added a Change Team Sheet shortcut on the Training Hub, enabling the manager to quickly cycle between Team Sheets for Training Drills.
When getting transferred to a new club in Player Career, Pros with an OVR of 86 and higher will immediately be a part of the starting XI.
In Player Career, the Avoid Conceding objective UI did not display correctly.
In Player Career, the player-controlled Pro could become a member of the starting XI unintentionally quickly.
Have your say…
Do you enjoy the FIFA22 Career Mode?