FIFA’s Career Mode may be playing second fiddle to Ultimate Team these days, but it’s still incredibly popular.
Earlier in the year we picked out 10 things EA need to do to make FUT even better.
But when it comes to FIFA 18‘s Career Mode, a lot less work is needed to make it the best yet.
We pick out six things EA should improve this year.
1. More manager customisation
There were only 11 avatars a player could choose from when starting out as a new manager.
EA needs to build on this and add more character customisation to make the experience feel even more personal.
Given the fact Frostbite is being used, player and manager models look better than ever – so there’s really no excuse.
2. Press conferences
Time waits for no man, but on FIFA 17 the ageing process is way too harsh.
After the age of 30, players begin to slow down so dramatically that by 34 they’re pretty much unable to run.
Technical attributes often decline at an alarmingly fast rate, too – regardless of the player.
Seeing a 37-year-old Lionel Messi with a sprint speed in single figures is a tad harsh, if you ask us.