In sports, when a team or player scores a point or a goal, they celebrate. This is common, but at the same time, it feels almost cruel because while one side is celebrating their win, the other side is mourning their loss, and to see someone celebrate when you’re down and out can be rather hard to watch.

This can be said for games too, where victory dances and celebrations can make the other person or team feel bad, but the good news is that this is something the developers of FIFA 22 want to address by allowing players to turn off the celebrations of the other players.

According to them, “Conceding a goal is always heartbreaking, especially in a closely fought match. While celebrations are an important part of real world football, we know watching them can be a frustrating experience for some players. That’s why we’ve introduced new Celebration Camera Focus settings that allow you to focus on either your team’s reaction or your opponent’s celebration when conceding a goal.”

This doesn’t mean that the other side won’t get to celebrate, but rather if and when they do, you won’t be forced to watch it. For now, the feature will be defaulted to “Opponent Celebrations”, meaning that by default you’ll see their celebrations, so you’ll have to change it manually if you’d rather not watch.

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