In the past few days, new information has begun to emerge from FIFA 23, the latest installment of Electronic Arts in its sports division that will bear the name of the soccer association. Just in the newest trailer it was announced that there will be crossplay for various game modes, leaving aside the Club Pro of USAthus causing great anger.
This mode allows users to create a virtual Pro player to play with their friends, thus having a way to participate with up to 22 other users for the enjoyment of fans. Nevertheless, EA Sports decided to remove it due to the complexity involved in doing the programming, while also not wanting to do it with a lower quality than expected.
Given this, the community VFL has decided to manifest itself on social networks, with the initiative to save this option of the video game. Communicating directly with the team responsible for the project on twitter.
Dear @EASPORTSFIFA – We as a community demand answers.
They saw #FixProClubs when the friendlies were broken and they reacted. Now is the time to get aggressive on social media again. They will notice us.
dear @EASPORTSFIFA – We as a community demand answers.
— VFL (@TheVFL_) July 20, 2022
For now Electronic Arts hasn’t responded to the message from fans, which looks set to persist until the game is released in the coming months. This is something similar to what happened with Red Dead Onlineas users protested against RockstarGames to save the video game from extinction, something that the creators ignored.