FIFA 16 video game causes a stir by suggesting Irishman Damien Delaney struggles to learn English

In the latest version of the popular PlayStation and Xbox game, FIFA 16, the virtual version of Irish footballer Damien Delaney appears to have trouble settling into life in London.

Despite playing for London club Crystal Palace for the past four years, Twitter user Sean McKay captured a screenshot from the game that shows the virtual player asking to leave Britain.

In a message that appears designed for the video game’s non-English speaking players, the Cork defender’s character complains that he’s struggling to master the English language.

Humorously, in the player conversations section of the game, Delaney also seems to complain about British food and culture.

“It’s nothing personal boss, I just don’t like the country, I’m struggling with the language and I hate the food and the culture. I’ll never be able to settle here and even though everybody at the club has been kind to me, I think it’s best if I get away as soon as possible,” the videogame message reads.

FIFA 16 Players Who Were Chosen for the Exclusive Beta Can Now Start Downloading!

Fifa 16 ps4 coins ┬áThe wait is almost over for those who were picked to participate in the closed beta testing for “FIFA 16”, as it was just announced that the game is now available for download. Downloading and installing it is pretty straightforward, and even though players will only have access to a limited set of content, it should still be enough to give feedback for the quality of the gameplay and the overall state of polish. We expect to start hearing opinions about the new game very shortly, even if players a limited in what they can share about their experiences.

One thing to note about this beta is that it comes with quite the large download-fans will need to prepare themselves to download nearly 16 GB of data before they can start playing, so those who want to get started as soon as possible should probably leave the game downloading overnight or something along those lines. Especially players with a troubled connection who might need even more time before they’ll be able to join the fun.

Different players will get access to different game modes, picked from a pool of Pro Clubs, Career Mode, Online Seasons and Ultimate Team. It’s not clear how the modes are separated yet and what kind of organization EA have running on the backend to ensure a fair experience for everyone, but so far there have been no complaints about the way the beta is organized.

Some were quick to point out that the stats of all footballers are the same like in “FIFA 15”, but according to EA that’s on purpose-the game hasn’t received its new, updated stats for its players, so the values included in the current release are actually a direct copy from the last game.

In addition, those who’ve had a chance to check out the game earlier this month should find the experience in the current beta more or less similar, as EA stated that the version is mostly the same, with some small updates and improvements here and there.

The beta has been made available on several platforms simultaneously, including both PlayStation consoles as well as the current/last gen Xbox models. All console players should get a good chance to check out the title before its official release and decide for themselves if this is the kind of “FIFA” that they would buy once it comes out. ┬áCheap fut coins