YouTuber “RighteousOnix” has revealed that there may be some inconsistencies in FIFA Ultimate Team’s chemistry system.
In FIFA Ultimate team, players are changed by “chemistry,” meaning that the more characters on each team play together, the more familiar they become with each other, and as a result, should theoretically play better.
However, this user speculates that all non-day-one cards are in fact not receiving the same boost from the chemistry algorithm as day-one cards are.
EA released the following statement regarding the situation:
“Thanks to the FUT community for raising awareness of a potential fitness and chemistry inconsistency in some FUT items,” the statement reads. “After hearing this, our teams were in over the weekend and continue to thoroughly investigate the information. We will keep you informed with updates from the investigation. Our commitment to a fun, fair and secure experience in FIFA is ongoing, and as a community your feedback helps us achieve that goal. A special thanks for your continuous efforts across all channels.”
FIFA Ultimate Team is an online and offline mode where you can create squads using players from different leagues, assemble different squads in the formation of your choice and compete in weekly tournaments and challenges.