Just wanted to see who has been winning on world class. I've managed a record of 0-22-01 over 2 days of playing the game (6 min h's). I'm still trying to get used to the new gameplay and I am having a little trouble with my defenders out of position every other play. Any defensive tips would be greatly appreciated.
Frustrating! At Professional I dominate the game and have 57 % ball possession no matter what, but the outcome of each match isn't a win each time, usually a draw. At World Class it's much harder and funnier, but I always get beaten up and teared to pieces! Never managed to win yet, or even keeeping the clean sheet.
I get slobbered in World Class, man, that mode is so frustrating when you hardly have time to react to even try to do basic and solid build up play, in fact it is so tear arsed that i prefer to stick to the semi\pro mode and have a chance of playing a decent game ==
I am on the verge of officially finding Professional too easy. I thrashed Real Madrid and did similar to Arsenal (that was sweet) only managed a 1-1 draw with Liverpool though and that has been my worse result since jumping up from Semi-Pro
Multiple times the EA assistant has popped up asking me if i wanted to go to World Class but i wanna become positively unbeatable on Professional before moving up like i did with Semi-Pro
But I welcome the challenge. Although, if you are finiding it hard change you team and strategies around a bit. For instance, I have Scholes in my back line working like a gem. And if all else fails, flood the midfield- 65-70% possession cant be bad
I always win on world class but its very fustrating ..
a while ago i used to play world class and stay very close like 2-1 or 1-1 the whole game , when it would turn into 80 min they would score around 5 goals in a row and the final score would turn out unrealistic. thats what screws the game. now i am much more experianced and i can manage to defend against the extra world class in 80 min and over . I emailed EA and they said at the end of the match the cpu gets even hardy to either defend their lead or try to catch up. really sux cause it's almost impossible to stop them.
Maybe this way could help.Tray play one season " pro" at home and "w c" when you a not at home stadium. In that case, you can fight them and pay them back for frustration now when you play at home stadium .This is the best way to learn and have realy good fun .
I finally won, my defence is getting better. You have to constantly and carefully move your defenders to put them in the proper position. I am also starting to the view the game as a real match, wich wasn't really possible in previous FIFA's, lots of one touches in midfield and usually playing the ball the way the player is facing. I have also found the freestyle control very usefull, it's my first touch when my player recieves the ball under pressure, away from the defender giving me time to turn or take more time with my pass. The computer does make it hard to comeback as the drop players back and start knocking the ball around, they even make defensive substitions. But when they are losing they do throw everyone up front making it hard to get the ball out of the back but when you do its easy to break for a counter attack.
Well i play at proffesional but sometimes like when i beat Man City 6-1 its too easy and other times like when i lost to Feyernord 3-0 at home! So i'm not sure i havn't tried World Class yet but for now i'm sticking with proffesional.
I'm going to get relagated with Austria Memphis after a season at Pro level, mostly because my D sucked horribly. I had as many goals as the first place team, but many more goals than the last place team given up. I do wish that the wingers wouldnt drop so far back and try to catch some of the runway strikers in an offside position. Its rather frustrating to see the 3 defends on screen putting a player offsides and then when the striker has the ball on the left side seeing the idiot right winger way behind him.