FIFA 13 Ultimate Team: Protect against cheats
As far as the Ultimate Team aspect of FIFA 13 is concerned, Electronic Arts are implementing new security measures needed to protect users from cheats, as they advise gamers of a new set of security guidelines to make sure your account is safe. The company acknowledges that the majority of people who experience Ultimate Team are honest, but it seems like there are a small percentage of cheats out there that we need to be wary of.
The basics of this has been reported with a statement from EA who are concerned with account details being stolen, and VG24/7 document their measures taken to look at everything from password protection to email phishing as well as other ways for honest gamers to keep their details under wraps. It is good to see that Electronic Arts are taking action to sort these problems, and those wanting to keep their Ultimate Team safe from cheaters will be able to find out more by visiting EA.com. This site gives gamers useful and in-depth tips on the best way to secure your account and protect your ultimate team.
In other FIFA 13 news, last week we highlighted an upcoming update for fixes in the game, although the release date for this is unknown. Many fans have witnessed varied issues regarding online play and the fixes are expected on both PS3 and Xbox 360 versions along with FIFA 13 on the PC. Other issues found in the Ultimate Team and career mode are also mentioned by gamers finding this frustrating, concerned when the update will arrive. No specific time has been given according to FIFA community manager Rob Hodson, although we mentioned some quick fixes in our last post.
Putting all issues aside there is no doubting FIFA 13 is one of the most addictive and popular games out there, to the point where it has started to cause problems with relationships. A recent article on HITC Tech suggests FIFA 13 is responsible for ’12% of recent break-ups, so we are interested to know whether there is any truth behind this. When a friend of mine decided to get FIFA 13, my initial thought was I wonder how much time I could end up investing in that game, and this gave me reason think it would be a wiser decision to play the game around a friend’s house, thus limiting my playing time.
It was nice to know that someone else was putting their relationship on the line, and I suppose my regular FIFA night attendance is probably adding to the strain, although I must say my relationship has improved, as my absence during those FIFA 13 nights have given “er indoors” the chance to watch some crap television programs. (At least that what I expect she’s doing) All joking aside the statistics have been taken from a large amount of people in relationships of only a year or so, giving us the impression that there are probably more underlying issues at heart.
We understand that those of you who have already been asked to give up playing real football may now have to stand you ground as far as FIFA 13 is concerned, or maybe not. Have you lost your girlfriend because of your love for FIFA 13? “Oh well” that tournament won’t play itself!
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