FIFA 21 Title Update 20.1 Patch Notes for September 16
This might be the last one.
FIFA 21 Title Update 20.1 is a minor fix to the internal data storage processors, which doesn’t change anything significantly for users.
We are only two weeks away from FIFA 22 official launch and the support on FIFA 21 still continues with another update that was deployed earlier today.
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With the huge hype around FIFA 22, the players who have already pre-ordered it might not even bother themselves to download the latest FIFA 21 update. And you wouldn’t really miss anything if you don’t update the game.
Title Update 20.1 is a minor and complicated hardware thing that applies an unknown update to the internal data storage processors. The update first went live on PC and Stadia a few days earlier and is now available across all consoles.
FIFA 21 Update 20.1 Initial Patch Notes
- It contains an update to internal data storage processes.
As mentioned earlier, the patch notes don’t show anything special that users could feel in the game.
It’s worth noting that this might be the last update for FIFA 21 as the game won’t be supported as soon as FIFA 22 launches.
Following Madden 22, FIFA 22 will be the second Electronic Arts title that costs $69.99 on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. According to the developer, the 9th-gen version of the game will feature the brand new HyperMotion technology that allows the engine to produce realistic animations.
This technology will also be available on Stadia but PC will still get to play the last-gen version of the game.
FIFA 21 is now available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Stadia, and PC. The successor to the game, FIFA 22, will be launched on the aforementioned platforms on October 1 this year.