In FIFA 23, completing Objectives and claiming your rewards can be a struggle if you have a ton completed; however, in EA FC 24, players will now have a claim all button!

Picture this: you embark on your FC 24 journey, conquering Objectives left and right, collecting well-deserved rewards. Traditionally, claiming these rewards would entail a tedious, one-by-one process, taking a ton of time.

However, instead of individually claiming, simply press the claim all option. Let’s dive in and discuss the changes to Objectives.

Claim All Feature for Objectives in EA FC 24

In EA FC 24, players will be able to claim the Objective rewards they have earned all at once. To do so, you must press the Left-Stick in on your controller.

By simply pressing the “Claim All” button, you’ll be able to instantly collect and redeem all rewards earned from completed Objectives within a specific Objective Group. These rewards will then be promptly sent to your Club.

EA FC 24 Objectives Claim All

While this change is a minor update, it is a quality-of-life improvement that will certainly go down well with the fanbase.

Throughout the FIFA 23 cycle, players consistently voiced their desire for a more efficient method to claim their rewards as completed Objectives began to accumulate.

In the game, there were instances where players would fulfill as many as 20 Objectives simultaneously. This would result in a significant amount of time required to collect all the associated rewards.

New EA FC 24 Objectives Presentation

In the upcoming EA FC 24, Objectives will come to life with unique backgrounds tailored to their respective themes.

For example, UCL Objectives will immerse players in the ambiance of the Champions League. Meanwhile, the Nike promotion might present a backdrop infused with iconic Nike visuals.

Although a subtle change, incorporating fresh and diverse backgrounds will elevate the user experience, adding a touch of novelty to the familiar gameplay.

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