Some EA UFC 4 fans took to social media this past weekend to complain about advertisement placements for the Amazon original series The Boys, which started on September 4. How do I know that like the back of my hand? Since I play a great deal of EA UFC 4, and the info stuck to me. Mission accomplished. That stated, I have not watched an episode, which could change because I hear it’s remarkable.

In any case, am I bothered by these advertisements which can be found in the form of a mat positioning, which actually looked pretty cool and realistic, a takeover screen at the start of replays, and a little pop-up simply above the score bug at the bottom of the screen? Absolutely not. It appeared like a real-life UFC occasion, and pardon anybody for looking for real-life broadcast discussion qualities in a sports video game. Here is a take a look at the positioning that created grievances.

Are we being major today?

I make my living on the web, which implies I’m somewhat dependent on ads to feed my family. Therefore I’m a bit more tolerant to seeing ads previously, throughout and after consuming online content. Nevertheless, I understand there is a group of individuals who abhor ads. Clearly, the folks that turned out over The Boys advertisements are a part of that team.

It was recommended in a Reddit thread that the ads were placed in a post-release patch to bypass customers who might have been important of such a move. I’m not sure about that, as I have examined every variation of the video game and would not have actually reconsidered it. In any case, the angry fans will more than happy to understand that EA issued an apology on the exact same thread via EA associate CoreySA.

It reads:

” I become part of the Neighborhood team here at EA and I desired to post here and provide you all an upgrade on this circumstance. Previously this week, the group switched on ad positionings in EA SPORTS UFC 4 that appeared during the “Replay” moments in gameplay. This type of marketing stock is not new to the UFC franchise, though we have actually generally scheduled showing advertisements to specific main menu tiles or Octagon logo design placement. It is perfectly clear from your feedback that incorporating ads into the Replay and overlay experience is not welcome. The advertisements have been disabled by the group and we excuse any interruption to gameplay that players may have experienced. We understand that this need to have been communicated with players ahead of time which’s on us. We want to ensure our gamers have the finest possible experience playing EA SPORTS UFC 4, so advertisement integration in the Replay and overlay experience will not be reappearing in the future. Thank you for your continued feedback on EA SPORTS UFC 4.”

Now, if we could just get a sensible endurance drain for users who spam takedowns, a good way to prevent the clinch, and an actual replay suite that is user-controllable, we’ll truly stamp out some significant concerns.