FIFA 21 Title Update 12 addresses achievement issue

EA has been rolling out the Title Updates of late, with TItle Update 12 the fourth patch in as many weeks.

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The update covers mostly bug fixes, but does also bring in some new player faces.

FIFA 21 Title Update 12 Patch Notes

The following patch notes have appeared on the FIFA Forums:

FIFA Ultimate Team

  • When accessing Transfer Targets through the Transfer Market and using the Compare Price function on a Player Item in Transfer Targets, Player Items did not always display correctly
  • During Co-Op matches, the Captain’s Club name was not visible across stadium banners to the invited player
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UNLOCKED - The Seasoned to Perfection achievement requires two completed Milestone Groups in FIFA Ultimate Team
  • A potential stability issue could occur when using Compare Price on a Transfer Target Player Item
  • The Seasoned To Perfection Achievement did not count as completed when its requirements were met
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Career Mode

  • When using the Quick Sim option for a Training Day, player Fitness and Match Sharpness was unaffected
  • The Replace 3 Players From The Team Board Objective did not track as completed when its requirements were met

VOLTA FOOTBALL

  • Updated a typo found on the message that displays when discarding Items.
  • Addressed a potential stability issue that could occur when viewing the Skill Tree.
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General, Audio, and Visual

  • Added 5 new Starheads
    • Stay tuned to the EA SPORTS FIFA Tracker to learn when these Starheads will become active.
  • Updated some kits and boots
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Release Dates

We expect FIFA 21 Title Update 12 went live on PC (Origin/Steam) on Wednesday, 10 March.

It should then arrive on console - PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S - on Friday, 12 March.

Unfortunately, the update does not apply to Nintendo Switch players.

It remains to be seen whether the update will apply to FIFA 21 on Stadia which goes live on Wednesday, 17 March.

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Who will the new starheads be?

Plenty of Europe's youngsters are yet to receive FIFA 21 Starheads, which has been due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

In the Premier League, Martin Odegaard, Sergio Reguilon, Nelson Semedo, Raphinha, Edouard Mendy and Reece James are all yet to receive official player faces - so maybe some of them could get the full treatment in this patch.

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ACE OF HARTS - Joe Hart saw his face updated in Title Update 11

Credit: Vapex Karma

Elsewhere in Europe, Marcos Acuna, Nicolas Tagliafico and Nicolo Barella will be hoping that their time for a starhead is now.

In recent patches, whenever they've added starheads, many come from the same club, with eight players arriving from Tigres in Title Update 11.