FIFA 17 has received its first title update on both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. The popular EA Sports game now has changes to Pro Clubs, Ultimate Team, and Career Mode, as well as several visual and gameplay improvements.

Pro Clubs will now give increased experience for higher overall ratings, and an issue has been fixed where a player’s custom facial features were not displaying properly in the game.

In Ultimate Team, the FUT Single Player difficulty no longer defaults to your current CPU setting, and an issue has been fixed where players were forced to substitute injured players when in a FUT online match. The shooting and crossing text in custom tactics have also been fixed.

Career mode has a new fix for the issue where the CPU AI would often leave its best players on the bench.

In addition to the changes to these three game modes, several gameplay enhancements include fixing an issue where players would sometimes overrun the ball after a skill move, improved goalkeeper positioning on corner kicks, and improved general responsiveness of shooting. For the visual improvements, the frame-rate issue during pre-match skill games has been fixed, as well as the issue where the selected kit wasn’t the one used when in the game, and various other visual bugs.

For the full list of changes and fixes to FIFA 17, check out the patch notes on the FIFA Forums.