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FIFA 15 patch fixes Fifa 15 Coins

Le 24 October 2014, 06:57 dans Humeurs 0

Fifa 15 Coins EA has released a FIFA 15 patch, addressing some of the glitches and issues affecting the game. There are a couple of PC-specific additions to the patch notes, but nothing that would indicate the major stuttering issues have been addressed in any way. PC players are still struggling to get smooth frame-rates.

What has been addressed is the bizarre kick-off bug on PC that would cause all of your players to rush towards the center circle. Another PC issue concerning progression through the Virtual Pro menus has also apparently been put to rest.


In more general terms, FIFA 15 Ultimate Team should now have a latency indicator showing you the prospective connection speed of your next match-up (giving you the chance to back out if it’s terrible.) This, though, is more of a returning feature. It was in FIFA 14 and inexplicably omitted from 15 on release. The progress-preventing bug at the end of some Ultimate Team matches is said to have been fixed too. Here’s the full changelog:


? Added the latency indicator to FIFA 15 Ultimate Team so fans can view health of connection before entering an online match.


? Improved set-piece cameras in Online Seasons for Guest players.


? Corrected home crowds in Match Day Live matches.


? Fixed occurrences where the player would be unable to progress at the end of a FUT match due to the post-match menus not appearing.


? Fix to hospitality upgrades in Career Mode and Pro Clubs.


? Addressed exploit where players could infinitely switch kick-takers on set-pieces


? Fixed occurrence where changes to the Subs and/or Reserves are not brought into Season matches


? Fixed issue where non-user controlled players run to the kick-off circle at the start of a match. (PC Only)


? Fixed occurrences where players couldn’t progress through the Virtual Pro creation. (PC only)


FIFA Coins EA says its commitment to improving FIFA 15 is “ongoing,” so let’s hope that’s true and that there’ll be more concrete PC fixes and gameplay tweaks coming in future. I found quite a lot wrong with the PC version in the IncGamers review.

a double-header against FUT 15 Coins

Le 21 October 2014, 06:19 dans Humeurs 0

FUT 15 Coins Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini said his side need to sharpen up their act after they were held 1-1 by Roma in their second UEFA Champions League Group E game.

After 38-year-old Roma captain Francesco Totti cancelled out Sergio Aguero's early penalty with a goal that made him the oldest scorer in Champions League history, City had most of the play, but lacked ideas in attack.

The hosts had 59 per cent of possession, but mustered only two shots on target to Roma's four, and might have finished on the losing side had goalkeeper Joe Hart not saved from Gervinho and Miralem Pjanic. Roma now trail group leaders Bayern Munich by two points, with City three points further back ahead of a double-header against CSKA Moscow.

Pellegrini appeared to acknowledge that his side were being over-run in midfield when he sent on James Milner for Jesus Navas at half-time, but he said it was sloppiness, rather than tactical failings, that had hampered his team.

"Every time you don't reach FIFA 15 IOS Coins the result you want, there's a lot of different things you could do," he told a press conference after Tuesday's game at the Etihad Stadium. "But we were playing very well in the last games, so it was not an easy decision to change (the team) from the beginning. We play a lot of strong teams in this way and we do it very well.

"Today (Tuesday) we weren't very accurate with our passing and when we lost the ball, maybe we didn't have enough midfielders to cover. But I don't think that was the reason. The main problem was we lost many easy passes."

We weren't very accurate with our passing and when we lost the ball, maybe we didn't have enough midfielders to cover.Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini

The hosts took the lead from practically their first attack, with Aguero scoring from the penalty spot in the fourth minute after he had been dragged back by former City right-back Maicon. But Roma responded impressively, driving deep into City territory with pacy counter-attacks, and equalised in the 23rd minute when club talisman Totti deftly chipped Hart from Radja Nainggolan's through-ball.

While Roma had chances to extend their lead - Hart saving from Gervinho and Pjanic either side of half-time - City saw most of the ball in the second half, but without truly extending their opponents. Failure to win in Moscow on 21 October will leave the English champions at risk of a third group-stage exit in four seasons, but Pellegrini said there was no need to reach for the panic button just yet.

"We have only one point from (a possible) six, but we're only three points behind Rome," said the Chilean, whose side lost 1-0 to Bayern two weeks ago. "It depends on a lot of things. We hope we can win the next game in Russia. We have 12 more points to fight for and we'll try to fight until the end to qualify."

Roma depart Manchester satisfied

Asked if Roma had produced the best performance of his year-old reign, visiting coach Rudi Garcia said: "I don't know, but what pleased me was that the team played with personality.

"The key word of the build-up was to play with confidence. We had everything to win and nothing to lose. We managed the game well. Taking a point allows us to stay three points ahead (of City) and enables us to approach the rest of the competition with confidence."

The Frenchman, whose side had won their six previous games in all competitions, said City's mid-game tactical switch was testament to Roma's impressive display. "We equalised, then City changed their tactics," he said. "It was a good sign for us, because it showed the other coach recognised the strain his team was under."

FIFA Coins Garcia also gave short shrift to press reports linking his injured Dutch midfielder Kevin Strootman with a move to City's domestic rivals Manchester United. "You'll have to ask the president," he said. "Luckily he's here, but I think my president has already answered that question."

the fact that TESO pre-orders are now open

Le 16 October 2014, 05:46 dans Humeurs 0

The FUT 15 Coins Elder Scrolls Online has a new CGI trailer and some pre-order pricing

Ooh, I get it. Bethesda are doing Brewster's Millions. They've got to spend all the money they have for complicated reasons possibly involving an inheritance. So in addition to The Elder Scrolls Online's star-studded voice cast, they've also released another CGI trailer to showcase how the game won't play. Interpretive it may be, but it's still a nice way to spend the next eight minutes. Assuming your idea of "nice" involves flab-monsters, demons, fantasy smackdowns and swishy green spells.

The video FIFA 15 PS4 Coins partly exists to advertise the fact that TESO pre-orders are now open. While our stance on pre-ordering anything remains the same, the page does give us an idea of the cost and content of the game's release. The Standard Edition will cost £50* and will come with the game, five days of early access, and 30 days of game time. After that, it's a £9 per month subscription. If you'd like to join Bethesda in financial oblivion, you can throw caution to the wind and buy the £70* Digital Imperial Edition. Alongside the Standard contents, you get a bunch of Imperial tat gear, along with the ability to get in-game married to a "friend" for bonus XP when you play together. Also there's a mudcrab pet. To be honest, I'm only interested if they can make it so every NPC in the game has that mudcrab conversation while he's active.

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