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I've played through half a season and tested different styles. It seems to me that most of the assists this year come from crosses, just like FM18. Whether it is central players drifting wide to put a ball in, an inside forward/winger cross, or a full back, every time. That and set pieces really seem to be working for me. I'd say 70-80% of assists so far come from crosses. I have seen screenshots from other players suggesting the same thing. I'd like to hear other players feedback before posting/moving to bugs.
Just watched the Alpha play through on YouTube. Thanks to the team for sharing it with us, was great to see. Thought it would be good to put my thoughts/observations in a thread for people to comment on and critique. Brief summary of things I noticed: Positives The new tactics system is an easy "guide". The styles of football could be replicated in previous versions, if the right instructions were used. Having said that, I do like it more now. I did not see any of the transitions in play - maybe I will be proved wrong when I see more comprehensive highlights of the match engine
If there was a database available, what year would take your interest?
Since playing FM18 I've noticed that it's ALOT slower than 17. Before anyone says it's my laptop I've got a brand new gaming laptop that's less than 2 months old. 17 runs smooth as anything on my laptop, no lag between screens, barley any loading times whilst processing but 18 is, different. Every time I click to go to another screen it takes a second or 2, processing between days seems like it takes ages and the matches seem to go on for a longer time than 17 too,even on commentary only. Surely I can't be the only 1 notcing this. I have it installed on my SSD and I've moved 17 to my hard