The developers of FIFA 22 have been banning players for 1000 days for those that have been using the recently discovered 'no loss glitch'.
EA Sports have come down hard on those that have been exploiting the game, with gamers finding ways to leave a match without being hit with a loss on their Ultimate Team (FUT) club record
They announced that they have identified over 30,000 active accounts that have made the most out of this loophole in the game and have issued suspensions as a result.
Despite this, players have been complaining that the temporary bans are much longer than the developers are making out to be.
This has caused outrage among the FIFA community with players desperately seeking answers and explanations from EA as a result.
FIFA 22 No Loss Glitch
Via FIFA Direct Communication, their statement reads that accounts will be suspended for 7 days and will not be able to take part in this weekend's FUT Champions Finals.
However, as you can see from these angry comments below, this ban is actually for 1000 days and there has been no mention from EA that this would take place, meaning that players have pretty much been permanently banned from playing FIFA 22.
Here you can see some of the comments and screenshots that were sent in on Twitter:
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