It takes you away from the ultra-realistic experience that is FIFA when youve played a full 90-minute game and the torrential downpour hasnt eased up once. Clearly such a meteorological scenario isnt entirely outside the realms of possibility but it would be nice to see a slightly broader range of possibilities. Its May right now and across the country we are experiencing a mishmash of sunny spells mixed in with heavy showers this should be a possibility in FIFA 15. A game should be able to start sunny and end dampened by rain and vice versa. Not to sound too pedantic but in FIFA it either rains or it doesnt, making no room for degrees of rain. A game which goes to such great lengths to achieve ultra-realism should permit for a broad degree of different weather intensities, from an unobtrusive drizzle to a full-on monsoon. While were talking about weather related details we might as well highlight how stupid it is that a game can see two halves of ceaseless, unrelenting rain yet Real Madrid will still walk out with their kits whiter than white. Throw some mud on the situation, EA!
Hailing from South East London, Sam Heard is an aspiring writer and recent graduate from the University of Warwick. Sam's favourite things include energy drinks, late nights spent watching the UFC with his girlfriend and annihilating his friends at FIFA.