FC 24 scripting glitches force #boycottEA brigade on Twitter

FC 24 scripting glitches force #boycottEA brigade on Twitter
Image via EA

Written by 

Jack Marsh

Published 

14th May 2024 17:15

It's never been confirmed, but the grand "scripting" conspiracy has never been outright disproven, either.

For years, FIFA (and now FC 24) players have felt the wrath of unjust results, where the opposition has knicked a 1-0 winner from under their noses despite having faced 25 shots on target, all saved by an Inspector Gadget-like goalie.

But after nearly 30 years of fluke losses, EA FC fans have finally snapped, and are now starting a social media campaign to boycott the series.

'Scripting' clips kickstart '#boycottEA' campaign

 

This debate has been had a million times, but a handful of viral videos in the last three days have now pushed players over the edge.

The first game was on May 12, when "Just_Lavesh" posted a clip of his Team of the Season Konate, jerking his leg away from the ball to concede an added-time winner despite having been 4-1 up earlier in the game.

"#boycottEA Rigging packs like they rig video games. Was winning 4-1 only to lose and concede to this bs," said the player. A second clip soon followed when TikTok user "j45sall" showed his opposition scoring a 90th-minute winner, too.

What seemed like a legit goal was quickly analysed to be the conspicuous scripting at play, as Van Persie broke his ankles to ensure his foot stayed onside before miraculously slotting the ball home.

 

Sign Up To Our Newsletter

Get exclusive news, content, and discounts sent directly to your inbox

You've joined our newsletter. Thank you!
Sorry, there has been an issue in subscribing to the newsletter.

"Hurts my soul knowing how far this game has plummeted," they said. Other clips of likeminded glitches and twitches that have led to late winners have also surfaced this week, and #boycottEA has now surpassed a whipping 4,500 tweets on Twitter.

It's not just Ultimate Team, either. Other players have shared Pro Clubs clips in which the game completely ignores the offside rule. FC 24 has often been criticised as having some of the worst quality of gameplay that the series has released yet, as an abundance of glitches have stunted this lavish rebrand.

Jack Marsh
About the author
Jack Marsh
Jack is an Esports Journalist at GGRecon. Graduating from the University of Chester, with a BA Honours degree in Journalism, Jack is an avid esports enthusiast and specialises in Rocket League, Call of Duty, VALORANT, and trending gaming news.
Why trust GGRecon?

Established in 2019, we don’t just cover games - we live them. Our expert team is full of dedicated gamers, qualified journalists, and industry insiders who collectively boast decades of experience covering gaming and esports. This deep-rooted expertise allows us to provide authoritative and nuanced perspectives first-hand from a team who are playing, and researching every game covered on our website. 

Our foundation is built on a profound commitment to editorial independence, ensuring our content remains free from external influence and advertising pressures and is held to the highest level of editorial conduct, integrity, and quality. 

Every article on GGRecon comes from rigorous research, informed analysis, and a passion for gaming that resonates with our readers. We uphold these standards through a transparent editorial policy, accessible here, which governs our processes and maintains our accountability.

Trending
A new EA FC 24 glitch is doubling goals in Division Rivals
EA makes biggest blunder ever with free TOTY Messi cards, players left fuming
Salah, Kane & Vinicius Jr set to be snubbed for TOTY amid Ronaldo inclusion
TOTY cards set for double Playstyle+ upgrades in EA FC 24
EA FC 24 fans split over ‘fake’ Evolutions players