FIFA 22: Salah is injured for a million years, career over

A glitch of FIFA 22 inexorably ruined a user’s gaming experience. We are not talking about the Ultimate Team mode, but the Career, played by a small niche of players. The glitch in question made it virtually impossible for Salah, a player who plays in the ranks of Liverpool, to return, putting an end to his career. Unless it can live more than 1 million years.

No, we are not kidding. As reported by Dexerto, in fact, the player in question had to deal with a terrible injury, which will keep Salah away for 1.8 million years. This is clearly a bug: historically, in no game in the series is it possible that a retirement due to injury occurs, just as it is not even possible for a player to be injured for so long.

Clearly this glitch immediately caused some ironic reactions from the players. Salah’s injury is decidedly atypical (indeed, it is probably unique) and the comments on it were wasted. “Just in time for the Intergalactic Federation Cup prosisma”, reads one of the replies to the Reddit post. Post that he is accompanied by the discalia “I think he will not be back soon”. Beyond the laughs, however, this is a major drawback: a player who plays Career mode definitely needs a footballer like Salah. Not to mention, in addition, that the player will remain in the budget for some time, which could make it difficult to achieve certain objectives.

The hope is that this glitch will obviously not happen again in FIFA 23. The new football simulator from Electronic Arts will officially debut on September 30, 2022 for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X and Nintendo Switch. Keep following Tom ‘Hardware for all the news and announcements in the pipeline from the world of video games.

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