Posted on September 25, 2013 AT 02:32am
EA Sports is considering making gameplay tweaks to FIFA 14 following reports of certain attacking options being too overpowered during the demo and early access.
Writing on the game’s official forum, the developer said: ”Our commitment to improve FIFA 14 is ongoing, and regular feedback from our fans helps us prioritize and identify future improvements. We wanted to take this opportunity to address a few more items that we continue to work towards. Firstly, we got some great feedback on gameplay during the demo and early access period, including:
- The effectiveness of headers from corner kicks and crosses.
- The effectiveness of finesse shots.
- The accuracy of lofted through-balls.
“We look to update you in the near future with good news on the identified gameplay tweaks.”
The developer added that it is aware of freezing issues with the game and that it is investigating the cause: ”Finally, we’re aware that some users are experiencing freezes during the game. We continue to investigate these reports internally, and with our partners, and will update the community when we know more.”
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