FIFA 16 Ultimate Team Players Experience Low DNF Due to Random Server Crashes

FIFA 16 Ultimate Team players are losing in-game items bought with real money due to random server disconnections, according to a new report.

Players who rage-quit a game are punished by a reduced DNF Multiplier amount which results in lesser coins after a match. However, it appears like EA cannot tell the difference between a rage-quit and a random server disconnection. There is a majority of players who have lost a good chunk of coins due to the said server issues.

It’s not like the issue was not present in earlier FIFA games, but is more prominent than before in FIFA 16. In addition to this, there are issues such as non-bearable lag and stability issues to be taken into consideration.

Currently, we are not sure whether EA is aware of the issue or not, but we do hope that it gets sorted out as soon as possible.

FIFA 16 is now available on PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Playstation 3, iOS, and Android-based devices.

Do make sure to check our FIFA 16 Guides archive; we have covered FIFA Ultimate Team for beginners, guides on the new Draft Mode, FUT coins farming, and so much more.

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