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Tuesday, 11 November 2008 13:22

FIFA 2009 gets a new patch

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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A couple of fixes

 

Electronic Arts recently launched a new patch for FIFA 09. This is a second patch since this game hit the shelves one month ago.

With this patch, EA introduced a couple of fixes such as changing difficulty level when playing online, EA online store fixes and changes to the DRM system, that will from now on let you de-authorize computers that you’re not using for playing anymore.

You can find the full list of fixes here and download the patch here.

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