Greene reportedly had to drink 18 bottles of Coke to generate his scene. Alex Seeker gets it down a single take. But FIFA 18 didn’t do the jersey change. A selfie has to be all you need. That really bugged me. Rogue needs to give the kid the shirt. That’s what presented the original ad its heart-tugging power.
Whether the Frostbite serp could render a player disrobing or not, I’ve no idea. (Earlier in the game, Hunter mentions stock trading shirts, a football tailor made, with cover star Devoto Ronaldo in a friendly. Ronaldo’s jersey is later witnessed in Hunter’s apartment, signifying that he or she accepted the offer. )
Coke is keeping up typically the ruse by offering cans branded with Hunter’s image in it at 7-Eleven and Walmart in North America. There’s some sort of download code underneath the cans’ tabs that offer additional written content during The Journey: Hunter Results. That’s great, but if you happen to be going to go Mean Later on Greene, Coke and EA, you have got to go all the way and offer the kid the kit.