FIFA 21: EA Sports reveal new details about Pro Clubs and gamers are livid


EA have announced details regarding Pro Clubs for FIFA 21 and safe to say it hasn’t gone down well with gamers.

Today, EA released a preview into what Pro Clubs will be like in this year's game, but their announcement has been met with A LOT of negative feedback.

New additions to the the game will include AI player customisation and custom tactics, but that's pretty much it.

In their press release, EA stated: “New this year is the ability for Club Managers to customize the AI Players in their Club. You'll find a new tile under the 'manage' section in Pro Clubs, from which managers will be able to customize the visual appearance, name, and kit of the 20+ AI Players on their team.”

It gives gamers an opportunity to customise their kit number, preferred foot and facial features.

Whilst on tactics, club managers can now customise five preset tactics which include Ultra Defensive, Defensive, Balanced, Attacking, Ultra Attacking.

In this area, EA have stated: “The newly customised AI Players will also appear on the tactic menus. Club Managers can provide instructions to their AI Players to ensure they match your play style.


“Once customised in the Tactics menu tile located in the Manage tab, you can go to the Pro Clubs Match Lobby and select one of the 5 new presets that have just been created.”

These changes will allow gamers to load customised tactic presets to play with other gamers.

The reaction to these changes has set fans of the game off on Twitter.

The Twitter reaction has been negative with many frustrated of the little changes that have been made.

In the build-up to the release, EA had consulted gamers with what changes they would like made to the Pro Clubs mode on the next release. They had gathered community feedback and suggestions in trying to make the experience better for gamers.

More details are yet to be shared in terms of AI teammates attributes along with Virtual Pro’s experience growth.

This will be released with a support article in the near future.

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