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EA ban 30,000 FIFA 22 players that used "no loss glitch"

The recently patched glitch cause plenty of issues for FUT Champions competitors, and EA proceeded to ban thousands of FIFA 22 players.
FIFA 22 fans will be pleased to know that EA Sports has banned over 30,000 accounts that took advantage of the infamous No Loss glitch that has plagued the recent entry of the sports simulator.

In a quick statement via social media, EA revealed that following a patch this past 16th October that completely removed the glitch, the devs have taken action against thousands of cheaters in the past days.

What is the No Loss glitch in FIFA 22? 

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FUT Champions players heavily criticized EA. (Picture: EA)

The No Loss glitch in FIFA 22 allowed FUT Champions players to bypass defeats with ease, essentially rage quitting and tricking the system into thinking there was a connection issue of some sort.

The way it worked saw players back to the home screen of their respective console and wait for 30 seconds to be kicked out of the match for inactivity, with Ultimate Team loading them back without their loss recorded.

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The glitch was clearly not worth it. (Picture: EA)

With this, players could reach the higher tiers of FUT Champions with no problem. Plenty of players heavily criticised EA for their slow response, letting the glitch be live for well over two weeks. 

According to multiple users, the initial ban will be of seven days with an extended period of time if this is not their first offence, however, no word on whether their FUT Coins would be reset.

 

Be on the lookout because we will bring you the latest on FIFA22 from every release, news, FUT tips, and more.

Featured image courtesy of EA Sports.