Pro Clubs fans have once again taken to Twitter in an attempt to reach out to EA Sports about the state of the mode. This time, fans demand that EA Sports fix the matchmaking issues that have plagued the mode for roughly a month.
FIFA 23 Pro Clubs Matchmaking Issues
FIFA 23 Pro Clubs has some major problems right now regarding its matchmaking. This issue has heightened the growing frustration that already exists amongst the Pro Clubs faithful.
As of now, playing Pro Clubs is borderline unplayable, with consistent connectivity and matchmaking issues. Upon waiting for a match, players have reported being kicked out of lobbies and, even worst, kicked out of matches resulting in a loss.
It is unacceptable that customers who have purchased your product FIFA 23 are having their experience marred by a broken Pro Clubs mode which has been broken for over 30+ days. Despite customers attempting to contact EA to ask… pic.twitter.com/keo4ROTZ9n
— Virtual Pro Gaming (@OfficialVPG) June 22, 2023
Early Thursday, the popular Pro Clubs page Virtual Pro Gaming shared a post voicing their dissatisfaction with the state of the team-play mode.
“It is unacceptable that customers who have purchased your product FIFA 23 are having their experience marred by a broken Pro Clubs mode which has been broken for over 30+ days.”
This isn’t the first time
Upon the release of FIFA 23, The VFL page shared a lengthy post about their disappointment that Pro Clubs will not receive cross-play capabilities. Even though other modes in the game have, this led to the page admin, Aaron Baker, starting the #SaveProClubs movement.
Similar to the Virtual Pro Gaming’s page, Baker is frustrated with not only the absence of cross-play but how EA Sports has treated Pro Clubs for the last couple of years.
“The beauty of the campaign, like any, is that it’s subjective to the eye. I can want the end-goal to be clarity and cross-play, and somebody else could want the end-goal to be a substitute system, a re-join feature, [and more],” Baker told Sports Gamers Online.
Pro Clubs is a mode that has so much potential, but EA has only supported the mode through minor upgrades. Hopefully, EA will finally respond to this situation and communicate the mode’s future to the fans.
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