FIFA 16 has received a new patch targeting various bugs and other known issues with EA Sports’ critically acclaimed football title.
The update comes in light of the publisher Electronic Arts’ pledge to fans that they intend on listening to feedback on FIFA 16’s user base in an effort to create the best experience possible, and so far they seem to be doing a great job. This patch is the latest attempt to smooth out any underlying issues with the game, and fixes matchmaking among other problems.
Check out a full list of fixes below.
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This update includes new content
Star heads for some players, many from the newly promoted Barclays Premier League teams this season.
New third kits added for Roma, Barcelona, and Inter Milan.
The update includes general stability improvements and addresses the following items identified by the community and the FIFA team
Improved online matchmaking.
Fixed team celebrating a goal at the wrong moment.
Addressed an exploit to win/loss record in FIFA Online Seasons.
Correct country flags appear in FIFA Pro Clubs.
Fixed Pro Club accomplishments resetting for a small number of users.
Fixed an issue on the PS4™ system that caused screen size changes to not save correctly.
The update also addresses the following FUT items
Updated the default value assigned to the Buy Now option to the max value when listing an item for sale on the Transfer Market.
Improved Compare Price when used on consumable items.
Fixed an issue where Goalkeeper was the default selection for all Player Roles.
Fixed an issue in settings where the image of the ball didn’t match the selected ball.
Fixed an issue that caused a shared Concept Squad to be displayed as a playable squad in the EA Sports Football Club news feed.
Fixed an issue with the use of historical kits by your opponent in Play a Friend’s Squad.
FIFA 16 was released in September and you can read our full review of the game by following the link. While the footie title was also made available on last-generation formats, it’s missing a number of key features seen in the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One editions. FIFA 16 debuted at number one on the U.K. All Format Chart, dethroning Destiny: The Taken King in the process, and also performed well overseas. Check out some of our handy FIFA 16 guides below.