SPORTbible http://www.sportbible.com/assets/images/theme/logo-blk.png 3 minutes ago 0 Shares People Are Already Smashing Controllers Over FIFA 19 Tue Sep 25 2018 17:35:46 GMT+0100 (BST) Tue Sep 25 2018 17:36:53 GMT+0100 (BST) Josh Lawless Josh Lawless in Football Powered by FIFA 19 is upon us. Many people with EA access have been able to play the game early…
FIFA 19 is upon us. Many people with EA access have been able to play the game early and will have already been hurling controllers all over the gaff.
One chap took to the FIFA subreddit to share a clip of one of his games on Ultimate Team and being honest, we’re getting angry just watching it.
With the score at 1-1, he attacks down the left and whips a brilliant ball in for James Maddison to get on the end of.
The Leicester City No.10 does just that but sees his left-footed effort crash against the post but then both Marcus Rashford and Lucas Moura hit the woodwork when following up.
The opposition goalkeeper than collects the ball in his grasp after the third strike hits the post and that’s the end of the move.
We’re still trying to work out how he’s not scored. Then, to make matters so much worse, the bloke revealed he went on to lose the game 2-1! Infuriating stuff.
In other news regarding mad stuff happening on FIFA 19, one gamer was playing out the Madrid derby on the latest game in the FIFA series and ended up producing a passage of play that we could only dream of.
The ball drops to Luka Modric and he thumps the ball right into Jose Gimenez’s noggin, sending him back a few years and nearly knocking him out.
If that wasn’t enough, Isco picks up the ball just inside the box, blasts it at Gimenez’s package and then smashes the rebound right into the back of the net. Free-flowing football at its finest. There’s no way anyone is scoring a better goal than this on FIFA 19.
While EA Sports’ latest game has seen various improvements and additions such as the arrival of the Champions League and being able to play ‘No Rules’, glitches will always be a thing.
EA, with their Frostbite engine, have done a very good job of incorporating realism into the game – but your players can still spin their necks right around when they head the ball.