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FIFA 21: Massive Overhaul Of Changes Confirmed For Career Mode In FIFA 21

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Career mode is often the way FIFA players choose when they are looking to kill time and hone their skills. However, in the latest version, EA Sports couldn’t have done more wrong. There was a hashtag asking for Career Mode to be fixed just a few days after its release, and it seems the developers have now finally heard.

FIFA fans received the first details about the upcoming FIFA, which will launch in October. Among the biggest changes is a full overhaul of Career Mode, which ensures this year’s version of the game could be one of the most exciting in recent years.

FIFA 21: Career Mode Review

One of the biggest welcome returns is the interactive simulation feature, which will allow managers to get involved in the action if they don’t like the way the game plays out. This was a common theme in the early games, but was abandoned in recent years. Players will be able to have a visual image of the field in front of them, with the starting line-ups on either side.

Managers will be able to assess the resistance of their players on the field and view statistics. Team management can also be accessed, ensuring that the necessary changes can be made. While this is an exciting addition, it is by no means the only change EA has made for the game this year.

FIFA 21: other career mode changes

Another change that has been made is the growth system. This will allow managers to train certain players to change where they are used to playing. For example, managers will be able to train central defenders to play in the defensive midfield and left midfielders to play on the left side. It’s a nice touch, especially considering how many players are now able to play different positions as they age.

Career mode will also add a trait called sharpness. This can be trained in the Active Training System and is designed to ensure that players can perform at their best in the most important parts of the game. This means that the strikers will be capable under pressure in the final stages and the defenders are better trained to make important tackles. The initial signs are good for FIFA fans as the excitement begins to build.

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