No more playing those in-form or Team of the Week guys out of position, as this PC patch brings the Chemistry glitch to an end.
EA has actually acknowledged there is a problem with Chemistry in FUT, and will be updating FIFA 16 to address the issue.
EA say they’re now looking into what they call a “potential fitness and chemistry inconsistency” in FIFA 16.
The Chemistry mechanic may not be functioning as intended, which has some serious implications for FUT in FIFA 16.
It’s scheduled to all be back up and running at 3am Pacific or 11am UK time, on 26 April.
Dribbling its way into EA’s Origin Access depository, it’s FIFA 16.
EA’s Christmas Eve gift to FIFA 16 Ultimate Team players is a pair of stuffed mega-packs, but only if you snap them up soon.
In which Peter complains about a number of FIFA 16 things, before succumbing to the inevitability of another hundred hours.
This week: close textual reading, Thor films, Undertale, Hitman’s three levels, Black Ops 3, Skyhill, and Dota 2 is still like FIFA.
Peter sets up a PC training session for FIFA 16 to see whether it’ll run at a smooth 60fps out of the box this time.
This week: More Undertale, Metal Gear Online thoughts, Hitman, “Instinct” modes, System Shock licensing, and weird DOTA 2-FIFA parallels.
Player price bands to be widened too, but no sign of specific policies to address the long-running match automation glitches on PC.
This week: $22k for a YouTube mention, Dragon’s Dogma on PC, Fallout 4 mystery DLC, DOTA 2, FIFA 16, Mad Max and MGSV.
Just like last year, you can do a bit of simple PC modding to get 6, 8 or 10 minute halves (and longer, if you fancy).
In which Peter will try to convince you that the referee using spray to mark out free-kicks is a meaningful improvement.