FIFA, the longest running soccer video game series with an official license, has finally succumbed to the SJW mentality of “everyone must be included in everything.” The latest installment in the EA-published series, FIFA 2016, coming out sometime this fall, will be including female soccer teams in the game for the first time ever. The innovations include revamping the skeletal animation system, which will also allow for “different body types” and much more detailed hair styles and animations.
The inclusion of female teams, labeled in 2012 by series manager David Rutter, as “just another fan request,” suddenly became a fully-fledged feature of the series. Now, how did that happen? Although there was a petition on Change.org with 13,000 supporters, it was surely not enough to prompt this change.
The real reason is hidden between the lines of the announcement article, in which David Rutter admits to being henpecked into submission by all the women in his life.
And there you have it. Whenever you see a video game series making a terrible decision, it was probably because the executive producer got bullied by females in his life into doing so.