Designed to resolve an issue where users are unfairly awarded a win or avoid a loss after disconnecting from FIFA Ultimate Team matches, the same FIFA 14 update was released for the PS4 version of the game on February 21.
EA said this week: "Our commitment to improve FIFA 14 is ongoing, and regular feedback from our fans helps us prioritize and identify future improvements.
"Thanks for your feedback on Twitter, Facebook, and the EA Forums. We'll continue to provide you with information through those channels as and when it becomes available."
The next game in EA's long-running football series, 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, will launch exclusively on Xbox 360 and PS3 on April 15.
Explaining the decision not to release the title on Xbox One and PS4, an EA Sports spokesperson told CVG in February that the company's goal was to "create a great game within our development resources that could reach as many people as possible".
They added: "For our fans on the new generation of consoles and playing FIFA 14, we will have a range of engaging content, promotions and tournament within FIFA Ultimate Team so that those fans can experience the World Cup in unique and fun ways."