News of this phenomenon naturally spread like a virus on the Internet, and now it has spread so widely that EA Sports had to officially respond to the incident.
Recently, the FIFA community has started picking up an interesting theory, and one that now seems to be being proven right.
At least it is true that it exists. How much it actually affects gameplay is another matter.
Since the release of Ultimate Team, there have been injuries within FUT that can be treated with what are called Healing Cards. If a player is injured during the game, the system warns us before the next match that the footballer is injured, so we either put him on the rest yard or use the healing card and everything is resolved.
You might think that everything is solved with this, but it seems that there is also a “hidden” damage indicator in the game. Unfortunately, this system cannot be tracked in the live game, but it is possible to check if a player is infected via the Webapp and mobile app.
The news of this phenomenon naturally spread like a virus on the Internet, and now it has become so widespread that EA Sports had to officially respond to the incident, because users drove each other crazy.
🚨 Confirmed – The injury shown to players on the Companion and Web app was from a visual bug.
They are working on fixing it now but there were no effects in the game. # FIFA 23
Donk 🍊 (DonkTrading) April 20, 2023
EA Sports defended the game, saying that it was only a visual glitch, and that the damage seen on the web app had no effect on gameplay. A fix is coming soon that will fix everything.
Of course, now those who love conspiracy theories can start splitting and whacking, meaning EA Sports is falling back on Hidden Extinctions and quickly fixing everything so they don’t have a bigger problem, or it’s just a matter of rewriting a few codes.
Well, if we find in practice, as a placebo effect, that everything has improved, it’s really worth it, isn’t it?
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