FIFA 15 adds new player faces, kits and more with update

FIFA 15 has been given a new title update on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3 and PC.

The new update introduces authentic player faces for promoted teams like Leicester City, Burnley and QPR, as well as players, kits and badges for new MLS teams.

Eden Hazard in FIFA 15

It also adds new ‘FIFA Ultimate Team’ player portraits and the ability to assign player instructions through the squad screen.

EA Sports has also made a host of general gameplay tweaks, including improved cameras, defensive positioning, player names and stability fixes.

Minus one or two omissions, the updates are largely the same across new-gen versions and their Xbox 360 and PS3 counterparts.

FIFA 15 is out now on consoles and PC. It topped the all-format gaming chart for six weeks before being knocked off by Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
The game was recently given an update to improve and adjust shooting and goalkeepers.

Tim Howard in FIFA 15
Xbox One, PS4 and PC FIFA 15 patch notes in full:

Added content and features:

New authentic player faces for promoted Barclays Premier League teams Leicester City, Burnley, and Queens Park Rangers. Accessible after this week’s MatchDay Live update for all non-FUT modes. Accessible after a FUT squad update coming this week

Added players, kits, and badges for the two new MLS expansion teams Orlando City and New York City FC to FIFA Ultimate Team

Updated FIFA Ultimate Team player item portraits for 18 high-profile players

Added ability to assign Player Instructions via the squad screen in FIFA Ultimate Team

Issues addressed:

Gameplay improvements to defensive positioning and lob through balls

Improvements to kit clashing logic in Pro Clubs and Seasons

Improvements to cameras in multiple licensed stadiums

Improvements to “Looking Ahead” audio and overlays in Career Mode

Improvements in Team Management functionality in multiplayer matches

General stability fixes in Career Mode

Ability to Player Lock in Player Career with multiple controllers in use

Fix to online user population counts in Pro Clubs and Seasons menus

Fix for issues with player names on certain kits in the BPL

Fix for audio storylines in in Match Day Live games

Fixed an issue where transferring progress across console generations could cause FUT Season progress to be tracked incorrectly.

Addressed FUT player item portraits that show a white background in FUT

Fixed an issue that would cause the Team of the Week preview to be displayed incorrectly.

Compare Price in the FUT Transfer Market now works for players who were transferred close to the transfer deadline.

Using the “Compare Price” feature on in-form Players Items now compares the item with other in-form versions instead of the normal version.

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