hoddle1404 Posted November 17, 2020 Share Posted November 17, 2020 One of the changes made by SI is changing role suitability to role ability and the reason for the change provided by SI, “The old ‘Suitability’ circles only displayed how suited a player was to the role, starting at the top end with the full green circle for the players best role and working backwards from there. This led to a number of misleading cases where players would show as having yellow/orange role icons for certain roles, when in fact, due to their general high ability and versatility, they would perform well in those roles.” While I would agree that the change made was headed in the right direction but the explanation just confuses everyone. Is it because a player who is naturally suited to a role that he can perform well in that role or just because that player has high ability and versatility that he can perform well in various roles? For example, an AML player who is naturally suited as winger may not even be capable playing as Trequartista even if he has high ability and attributes. It makes sense that if a player is suited to play a specific role(s) then he has some ability to perform on that role due to his CA. So, in other words am I right to say suitability and ability are correlated? What I found contradicting is that role suitability is still reflected in tactics. Not sure if this is a bug or intended but anyway, I’ve reported this. If Bale, as an AM R advanced playmaker, has a good role ability rating, then how his suitability in that role is unconvincing. Are we saying that Bale’s suitability as playmaker is unconvincing but he has the ability to perform decently for that role? It is hard to assume what is the fine line that separates between suitability and ability or how different/similar are they. Maybe SI would be in the best position to understand as the developer of the game but for a general end user, chances that we may get confused Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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