The attacking potency of forward players in FIFA 14 is likely to be toned down in a future update to the game.
EA says that it has noted from feedback from players of the demo who claimed that it was too easy to score from crosses, corners and finesse shots. There were also claims that lofted through-balls were too precise.
Our commitment to improve FIFA 14 is on-going, and regular feedback from our fans helps us prioritize and identify future improvements,” a forum post stated. We’ve been listening to the comments and our teams across the world have been working hard to prioritise and address the items that have been brought to our attention.
We look to update you in the near future with good news on the identified gameplay tweaks.”
EA also urged those who buy the game following its release tomorrow (Friday September 27th) to make sure they download the Day One Update that enhances online stability in matchmaking.
The publisher also said it is investigating reports of freezing.