Speaking on a potential fix for the issue FC 24 Coins , ScudzTV commented: “EA Sports could fix this by listening to the community, who have mirrored the sentiments in my tweet for some time. Ideally, the developers would change in-game pack weights to reduce pricing and increase availability of items”.
ScudzTV added: “I don’t believe monetisation in the wider industry is an issue, but I believe loot boxes and over-monetisation are. I’m more than happy to buy a player or in-game item for say £15, but I don’t want to have to spend £100 and open four boxes in the hope I might get it.”
At the time of writing it has been hours since ScudzTV published the tweet. In the time since then it has received 2,800 retweets and 14,000 likes. EA Sports has not yet responded to the claims made by ScudzTV.
Elserwhere, EA banned over 9000 accounts and issued over 25,000 warnings or suspensions this week in an ongoing campaign to fight racism in FC.
Electronic Arts (EA) has vowed to take more action against racism within the FC 21 community.
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A recent Eurogamer article brought to light that despite EA’s ongoing efforts to curb racism and any other form of toxicity within its games through the Positive Play Charter, the issues are still as prevalent as ever.
The most recent high-profile instance happened earlier this month, when a Pro Team player racially abused Arsenal legend Ian Wright cheap EAFC 24 Coins . As a result, the player was slapped with a lifetime ban and a stern warning to the FC community that “there’s .
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