If you are one of those players that fill with rage after conceding to an opponent in an online game of EA FIFA, then you'll be glad to know you can skip dealing with opponent celebrations in the new game.
FIFA 22 will be coming out later this year, and a whole lot of information about the game is starting to be shared by the developers.
Of course, there are some major changes for FIFA 22, with it being the first title in the series to have had full focus on next-generation consoles.
However, one minor change could make a big difference for a lot of FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) players, as they can make sure they aren't subject to toxic celebrations.
Last year, EA removed two celebrations from the game that were used in a toxic way online, one of which was the Shush celebration where players would run back and forth with their fingers to their lips to waste time and annoy their opponents.
Now, in FIFA 22, you'll be able to opt to turn off opponent celebrations using the Celebration Camera Focus setting, which will instead let you focus on your team's reaction instead.
The game will be set to opponent celebrations by default, but making this tweak could ease your frustration - and this setting is not just in Ultimate Team but in all game modes.