Press conferences need depth if they are likely to stick around the FIFA locker area. Until things start to replicate it agonising to understand that EA have approximately 15 phrases in their script, and it's unacceptable. By now gamers shelling out money ought to FUT 23 Coins have an experience? Going forward, these cut scenes will need to fully match what happens on the pitch. That is their main function, after all, and so it is distressing to understand EA believe a rinse-and-repeat formulation is great enough. It really is not.
'Board Expectations' have become'Bored Expectations'. No, that's not particularly clever wordplay, and no, this writer is not proud of it. Weirdly, he is barely proud of anything he's ever achieved in FIFA's world either when it comes to fulfilling objectives in Career Mode. They pointless. There's no penalty for failing to test off significant youth-team based goals for smaller clubs should you complete mid-table, and there is hardly any consequence whatsoever for botching"crucial" objectives either. They exist only to give the illusion of risk, and they fail mightily once players figure out how unthreatening they're.
Rewards are needed. Maybe the board could tell managers-to-be that they would bag a hefty move kitty incentive for Champions League qualification, or maybe some sort of financial penalty could be imposed for relegation. This is a issue with annual updates generally, but the programmers are not learning from history.
History. Now there's a thought. Would not it be nice to fire FIFA 23, launching in Career Mode, invest 30 minutes developing a new manager (that new suite is admittedly quite swish) and decide just how much credibility they have buy FIFA 23 Coins? Soccer Manager fans will know about this; in that series, it is entirely possible to create a Sunday League stalwart who's blessed to be in the job or a global celebrity who has won every thing before hitting the dugout.