FIFA 21 without two classic celebrations
In FIFA, for several years, after a goal, you can also make any celebration. It is enough to know the special diagram of the buttons to be clicked after the goal is scored for the player to make the chosen gesture of joy. However, not all players can use this function in moderation, which led to conflicts, irritation, and unnecessary nerves.
FIFA 21 without annoying celebrations
FIFA 21 will come without two classic celebrations. The most annoying celebration, which is the bane of players facing other football fans in online games, is the celebration that silences the opposing team’s fans. This action does not start a cutscene like most gestures of joy, so the player can extend the moment of resuming the game by several seconds, running around the entire field, the other player had to accept it and wait until he gets bored of trolling or the game resumes the game by itself.
The second celebration to be removed in FIFA 21 is less obvious. We are talking about the “A-OK” celebration, which was spread by English footballer who plays for Tottenham Hotspur side, Delle Alli. Although the community related to the game did not consider this celebration as malicious, EA decided to remove it.
This has to do with the decision of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to say that the “OK” gesture is a symbol of hatred. This gesture has already been removed from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
Electronic Arts have taken further steps to combat toxicity among players. In the latest installment of FIFA, there will be two celebrations that could irritate players. The removal of the animation for silencing the opposing team’s fans after a goal has been scored has been discussed for some time in the context of removing it from the game or blocking the possibility of performing this annoying gesture in online matches. Now there was a celebration, which was promoted by the famous English footballer Delle Alli.
What is a celebration
If you are not familiar with the topics of soccer or sports games, it is worth explaining at the beginning. Cieszynski is a form of showing joy after a goal is scored. While a few years ago footballers had several standard forms of celebrations (crane, sliding on the pitch, shoe cleaning after an outstandingly nice goal), recently many players have invented their own celebrations, which they perform after each goal scored. The most famous in this case are the celebrations of players such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Paulo Dybala, Kylian Mbappe, and Delle Alli.