EA has launched a new campaign aimed specifically at stopping toxic behaviour in the online FIFA 22 community.
Despite its popularity in recent years, FIFA Ultimate Team can be a frustrating place for players looking to enjoy matches online.
Already, the possibility of facing ridiculous squads that are overpowered in every position due to the pay-to-win system can make finding a 'fair' match difficult.
However, when you do find yourself winning a game, there is a real possibility of rage quitting spoiling the game, while players also spam the pause function, at times making their opponents wait 30 seconds each time just to be annoying.
Then there are players who feel the need to go over the top in their celebrations no matter what type of goal they score.
In FIFA 22, there have already been celebrations removed that are considered toxic, while players can also now opt to see their own players or manager after a goal is scored, so you don't have to witness ridiculous showboating.
EA has now released the F.O.A.T (First Of All Time) Code, a campaign that is promoting the unwritten rules of FUT. Despite punishment including instantaneous losses when rage quitting, including no coins or progress, as well as ongoing coin deductions, many players have continued these bad habits.
This F.O.A.T campaign was launched while recognising the oldest club in world football still playing football, Sheffield FC, which was founded in October 1857.