FIFA 18 is packed with incredible details – large and small. But this one’s so subtle we doubt you would have noticed it.
YouTuber DTT spotted a unique detail that only happens when Real Madrid score a goal.
If you net with Los Blancos, the crowd will start to play music – which can be hard faintly through the cheers.
This actually happens in real life, too, so it’s thought EA probably sampled the crowd and then overlaid the recorded audio over the game.
But it’s not the only detail you may have missed – despite the game being a few months old.
Icon flags in the game
For this to work, you’re going need at least one Icon in your team. You can use a loan card as well.
Then, you have to play at home – as it won’t work in away games.
Play a match and use the Instant Replay to scan around the stadium. You’ll see your legend has been put on one of the banners.
National team corner flags
This is a lovely, if subtle, touch from EA.
Simply pick a national team and play a match.
Then, zoom in on the flags and you’ll see they’re showing off the national flag, in the below case, Norway.
Give it a go with your national team.
Worst rated card on FIFA 18
Poor old Max Wright – he’s been the worst player on both FIFA 17 and FIFA 18.
Although he’s got a decent 70 pace, his 33 shooting makes him almost useless in front of goal.
His 39 passing and 47 dribbling don’t do much for his attacking prowess either!
Interestingly, although he’s an attacking player, his defending stats are higher than his shooting score… bizarre!
Youngest player on FUT
We didn’t think it was possible to have players under the age of 18 on the game, but we were wrong.
Nikolai Baden Frederiksen, a striker from Norway, is just 17 years old – and is officially the youngest player in the game.
He’s 55 rated with 69 pace and 55 shooting. Hopefully his stats will improve with age.
Player with two clubs
This one is a bit weird as EA hasn’t brought out any summer transfers.
Mutaeb Sharahili may have been transferred right at the last minute but it seems as though EA forgot to delete one of his cards.
The Saudi Arabian goalkeeper currently plays for Al-Raed after leaving Al-Nassr earlier in the year.
Pretty cool, right?