FIFA 19 update 1.06: Patch notes reveal changes for PS4, Xbox One and PCs

FIFA 19 update 1.06 is getting released by EA on PS4 and Xbox One this week.

The FIFA 19 patch 1.06 (aka title update 5) was released on PCs last week and is coming to PS4 and Xbox One this week.

FIFA 19 update 1.06 brings changes to finesse shots, goal kicks and ball movement when dribbling.

A number of FIFA 19 FUT, gameplay and online issues have also been fixed while EA are also using update 1.06 to add in some visual changes.

News of the upcoming FIFA 19 update comes as fans are gearing up for the FIFA 19 TOTW 13 line-up.

As per usual Futhead have given their predictions for the latest FIFA 19 team of the week line-up – and they’re expecting four EPL stars in the first 11.

If you’re wondering what’s in the latest FIFA 19 update then you can find the full patch notes below:

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FIFA 19 – Update 1.06 brings changes to PS4 and Xbox One (Image: EA)

FIFA 19 UPDATE 1.06 PATCH NOTES FOR PS4, XBOX ONE AND PC

Gameplay:

• Adjustments to the effectiveness of first time finesse shots where the lateral ball velocity is very high.

• These kicks are now more likely to be impacted by error resulting in potentially less accuracy, ball speed and ball spin.

• The impact of a player’s Finishing Attribute on lowering the chance for error for these kicks has also been reduced.

• Lateral Ball velocity, in this context, is the difference in degrees of the incoming angle of the ball to a player compared to it’s angle of exit from a player’s foot on a shot.

• The angle of exit is not the target of the shot, but the angle by which the ball exits a player’s foot.

• This change has the highest impact when the difference between the incoming angle and outgoing angle of the ball is 90 or 270 degrees, where 0 degrees is the angle of the ball leaving the player’s foot from a shot.

• The impact of this change scales from lowest to highest along these angles, where 0 degrees is the angle of the ball leaving the player’s foot from a shot:

• 0 degrees (lowest) to 90 degrees (highest).

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FIFA 19 – Update 1.06 includes changes to finesse shots (Image: EA)

• 180 degrees (lowest) to 90 degrees (highest).

• 180 degrees (lowest) to 270 degrees (highest).

• 0 degrees (lowest) to 270 degrees (highest).

• Reduced the likelihood that a goal kick that is being aimed near a receiving player will go into open space.

• In a goal kick situation, defending center backs will now be positioned closer together.

• In a goal kick situation, where the ball will be contested by both an attacking and defending player, the defending player will be more likely to move towards the landing location of the ball.

• The ball will now stay closer to the dribbling player when executing the Elastico skill move.

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FIFA 19 – Update 1.06 brings changes to ball movement when dribbling (Image: EA)

• Addressed the following issues:

• When playing a match while locked to a player, during a corner kick situation, it was possible to knock the ball off of the corner kick spot by running towards the corner and pressing the D-Pad to execute a user controlled reaction.

• A situation where an attacking player was able to crash into the opponent’s keeper, while they are holding the ball, and knock them into the net resulting in an own goal.

• This situation would now result in a foul and the goal being disallowed.

FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT):

Addressed the following issues:

• Viewing the Roles tab, in the Team Management screen, via the Pause Menu in a FUT Offline Mode, such as Squad Battles, will now show the impact of Chemistry on a player’s attributes.

• Viewing the Roles tab, in the Team Management screen, during the pre-match flow in all FUT modes, will now properly display player attributes.

• Sometimes players were able to add both a normal Player Item and a Concept Player Item for the same player to a Squad Building Challenge Squad, which would lead to an error message.

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FIFA 19 – Check out the full patch notes for update 1.06 (Image: EA)

Online Modes:

Addressed the following issues:

• The post-match progression meter in Pro Clubs was not always displaying a players Overall Rating or progression accurately.

• This was a visual issue only as the proper Overall Rating was being used in gameplay and was displayed correctly in the Pro Clubs HUB.

Visual / Presentation:

Made the following changes:

• Added 5 new boots to the list of available boots when customizing a player, such as in Pro Clubs or Player Career.

• Updated the 2D portraits for 26 players.

• Removed the 2D portraits from 25 players.

• Updates to a number of team kits, crests and banners.

Addressed the following issues:

• Sometimes, player models were appearing in the background after exiting a match.

• Sometimes, a white box would appear in the background after exiting a match.

• The full team names for some teams were incorrect in some languages and have been corrected.

• The three character abbreviation for some teams was incorrect in some languages and has been corrected.

• Removed the hyphen from Zulte Waregem’s team name.

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