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FIFA 22 to Allow Gamers to Turn Off Opponent Players' Goal Celebration

Mudeet Arora
FIFA 22 will allow gamers to turn off opponent celebrations for goals
FIFA 22 will allow gamers to turn off opponent celebrations for goals / Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images
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EA Sports' FIFA 22 will give players the option to turn off celebrations from opponents in the newest instalment of the game coming later this year.

FIFA 21 had removed two goal celebrations that were considered toxic in nature.

As per EuroGamer, the addition of a new turn off function means players will now no longer have to sit and wait for the opponent player to finish his celebration, often considered as rubbing it in one's face.

With the new Celebration Camera Focus setting, you can now switch focus to your team's reaction instead of the wild scenes from the opposition and this will be available in all modes of the famous game.

"Conceding a goal is always heartbreaking, especially in a closely fought match," FUT lead producer Mike Barnucz explained.

"While celebrations are an important part of real world football, we know watching them can be a frustrating experience for some players."

Meanwhile, FIFA 22's career mode has been given a complete overhaul as showcased by EA often on their social media and YouTube channel.

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