Remember that FIFA 15 bug that made all the players - goalkeepers included - race towards the centre circle after kick-off? EA has patched it out.

The bug, which we reported on last month, was squashed by a patch issued to the PC version of the game yesterday.

Shame. The bug, which you can see in the video below, looked like fun!

The patch fixes a number of problems:

  • Added the latency indicator to FIFA 15 Ultimate Team so fans can view health of connection before entering an online match.
  • Improved set-piece cameras in Online Seasons for Guest players.
  • Corrected home crowds in Match Day Live matches.
  • Fixed occurrences where the player would be unable to progress at the end of a FUT match due to the post-match menus not appearing.
  • Fix to hospitality upgrades in Career Mode and Pro Clubs.
  • Addressed exploit where players could infinitely switch kick-takers on set-pieces.
  • Fixed occurrence where changes to the Subs and/or Reserves are not brought into Season matches.
  • Fixed issue where non-user controlled players run to the kick-off circle at the start of a match. (PC Only)
  • Fixed occurrences where players couldn't progress through the Virtual Pro creation. (PC only)

A similar update will be released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions in the near future, EA added.

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