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Technical restrictions are to blame for the lack of a shirtless celebration

FIFA 18 will bring a lot of new things to the table – but what it won’t have is a shirtless celebration.

“Technically it’s very, very difficult for us to {get an in-game player} to take the shirt off,” EA Creative Director Matt Prior told Dream Team Gaming

Lionel Messi was booked for taking his shirt off in an iconic celebration that left the ref no choice

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Lionel Messi was booked for taking his shirt off in an iconic celebration that left the ref no choice

“This is because of the morphing of the textures – it’s one of those weird things that in real life it seems to easy but from a gaming standpoint it’s incredibly difficult.”

Konami’s PES 2018, though, does feature a shirtless celebration – although, right now, it seems to be limited to Neymar.

The shirtless celebration will see the player get a yellow card

The shirtless celebration will see the player get a yellow card

To get around the technical issues, Konami first pans the camera to Neymar grabbing his shirt before quickly cutting to him without it on.

And it works a treat – although you’ll get a yellow card for doing it.

It’s not sure yet whether Messi’s iconic shirtless celebration will feature, but in theory, given this evidence, there’s every chance it could be.

PES 2018’s shirtless celebration gets around the technical challenge with clever camera work

PES 2018’s shirtless celebration gets around the technical challenge with clever camera work

Elsewhere, FIFA 18 developers have vowed to improve the behaviour of in-game officials in this year’s game.

“Last year there were strange behaviours in the game, but we are working on it and hope it will not happen soon,” Prior told Kicker eSport.

Prior admitted the bizarre decisions seen in FIFA 17 are directly linked to the Frostbite engine.

Although the engine is ‘very correct’ for the most part, there are some in-game situations that ‘look worse than they actually are’ – and this could be affecting referee decisions.

After the FIFA 18 cover announcement in June, little more has been revealed about the upcoming game – due to hit shelves on September 29.

The Nintendo switch version does not use Frostbite so may be less affected by inconsistent referee decisions

The Nintendo switch version does not use Frostbite so may be less affected by inconsistent referee decisions

EA is, however, planning a huge Ultimate Team showcase at next month’s Gamescom expo in Cologne.

“Ordinary we don’t announce much about Ultimate Team around this time because we’re in the run up to Gamescom – that’s our big FUT showcase,” Prior said.

Gamescom is Europe’s largest gaming convention, taking place between August 22-26.

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