Once a Share FIFA 15 Coins session has been established on the soccer title, footage of the game cannot be viewed outside the host console. A message appearing on the guest console reads: “Viewing the game screen that the host is currently playing is not allowed due to content restrictions in your country or region.”
It marks the first time EA has decided to prohibit Sony’s Share Play functionality on one of its games. In late October, when Sony demonstrated Share Play for the first time, the company even used a copy of FIFA 15 ultimate team coins to explain how the feature works.
“FIFA didn’t block Share Play. Issue affected many games on the PS side and it has been fixed,” EA Sports’ senior communications manager Paul Marr told the Huffington Post.
GameSpot appear Friday that Sony’s online pass-the-controller multiplayer account was accepting issues decidedly with “FIFA 15 Bill for Sale.” It said the visiting amateur is clumsy to see the footage apparent on the host’s (the animate owner) gaming screen.