Some of Fifa 15 players recently experienced a strange bug in the PC version of the game, which meant that all athletes move ahead toward the ball at the same time, like a soccer match between small children. The repair found by players, however, can still be as bizarre as the defect.
Check out how to solve this issue.
Apparently what is causing this bug is merely the name of the computer that is running the game. If your computer has a short name, athletes behave like children. Just then switch to a long name with at least 10 characters, the defect seems to disappear.
Step 1: Open the Start menu by clicking the Windows symbol in the lower left corner.
Step 2: Click the right mouse button where it says "Computer" and select "Properties."
Step 3: At the bottom of the window, where it says "Computer name, domain, and workgroup settings", click "Change Settings" to the right of "Computer Name".
Note: This step may require confirmation of an administrator password, because changes to these settings can disrupt network connections.
Step 4: A new window will open, on the bottom right of it, click on "Change" again.
Step 5: Replace the old name for a at least 10 characters. Even a name like "computer" will serve.
Note: Some players reported that the fix only worked for them when all the letters of the new name were tiny.
Step 6: Click "OK" and restart your computer for these changes to take effect.
Step 7: Ready. Mysteriously the bug should not happen and its athletes will behave properly.