EA released the first title update for FIFA 14 on Xbox One this week that will fix the issues that we’ve wrote about last week. Moreover a second FIFA 14 title update is already live on PS4 while Xbox One users will have to wait a few more days to get it. Here’s the official statement on the 2nd update:
” The purpose of this update is to address a few key stability issues. In addition to stability, this update will ensure Virtual Pro attributes and stats accurately carry over from current-gen consoles to next-gen consoles. For early adopters who have already upgraded from PS3 to PS4 and have issues with their Virtual Pro carrying over, there are server updates ongoing to address this. “
EA also said that they’ve found the cause of the connectivity issues affecting Clubs/Co-op Seasons/Drop-in matches resulting in people being dropped from matches and a fix will be released soon.
You can send your own FIFA 14 NG feedback on Co-op Seasons/Clubs/Drop-In Issues here.
If you play FIFA 14 on your mobile then you’ll be happy to know that EA released a new update that adds Online Seasons to the game! You will be able to compete against real opponents from around the world and earn coins, items and packs! The update also contains:
• Improvements to Touch Controls
• Simpler, friendlier way of choosing between Classic and Touch controls
• Ergonomic and visual improvements, behind-the-scenes adjustments, and more!
FIFA 14 Mobile is available for free in the iTunes Store (iOs) and GooglePlay Store (Android).
In other news, EA announced a few days ago that they will shutdown the FIFA 12 servers:
“FIFA 12 Online Services will be shut down on February 23, 2014.”
The 3rd episode of the FIFA 14 Next Gen Producer Series is focused on Precision Movement:
A new tournament is available in FUT 14 to celebrate Thanksgiving. To participate you’ll need at least 1 USA player in your starting XI. Winning the tournament online, will get you 1 Consumables Pack + 3500 coins while the offline tournament will get you 1 Consumables Pack + 2000 coins. The tournament ends Tuesday, December 3rd at 5 AM UK.
TOTW11 features some pretty nice IN-Form players like Lahm, Jesus Navas or Damjanovic:
GK: Oliver Baumann, SC Freiburg – 78>80
RB: Mário Fernandes, CSKA Moskva – 75>77
RB: Thomas Heurtaux, Udinese – 72>73
LB: Pape N’diaye Souaré, LOSC Lille – 72>74
CAM: Raúl García, Atlético de Madrid – 78>80
CDM: Philipp Lahm, Bayern München – 87>89
RM: Jesús Navas, Manchester City – 85>86
CAM: Diego Tardelli, Atlético Mineiro – 76>78
ST: Dejan Damjanović, FC Seoul – 78>80
ST: Sergio García, RCD Espanyol – 76>78
ST: Carlos Vela, Real Sociedad – 82>83
GK: Nathan Coe, Melbourne Victory – 63>64
LB: Jordan Lukaku, KV Oostende – 62>64
CAM: Halil Altintop, FC Augsburg – 73>74
CAM: Ryan Gauld, Dundee United – 62>64
CAM: Antoni Sarcevic, Fleetwood Town – 52>64
ST: Philipp Hosiner, Austria Wien – 72>73
ST: Ryan Lowe, Tranmere Rovers – 62>64
These IN-Form players will be available in packs from 27th November 6:00PM – 5:30PM 4th December. You can view this team in the Web App or more detailed at FUTHead.
This week’s “Legends Spotlight” is Christian Vieri! If you don’t know what “Legends Spotlight” is, then be sure to check out the FUT Legends FAQ here.
FUT Legends are available only on Xbox consoles!
EA Sports published a set of photos that shows us some Next-Gen Head Scans of FC Barcelona players. You can view all the screens here.
In the latest episode of The Boot Room, Darren Cross from Match Magazine talks through game-play improvements he used to win a recent match in FIFA 14:
You can find more FIFA 14 guides bellow, as well other related FIFA 14 articles and reviews:
– Barclays Premier League Squad Guide for FUT 14 (FIFAUTeam)
– FIFA 14 next-gen review (MMGN)
Last thing we have today is the special Goals Of The Week compilation made by EA Sports to celebrate FUT Legends on Xbox One:
That’s the news for this week.