According to Eurogamer, the tool highlights how much FIFA points/currency a player has spent (as opposed to real-world money) and, with this information, players can impose their own limits on how many matches they can play, the amount of points they can buy, and the number of FUT Packs that can be opened during any given play session. The update looks to provide some peace of mind for players who throw a lot of money into FIFA microtransactions as well as parents that are worried about the effect this has on their impressionable children. EA has noted that this is merely the first step and that “there will always be more work to do.”
Title Update #5 launches on the PC version of FIFA 21 today and drops on consoles next week. Now that the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S are here, FIFA fans ought to know that Career Mode and Pro Club saves won’t transfer from last-gen consoles to current-gen ones.