In a statement on their forums, EA has said that "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 bugs and issues that the new update has fixed includes the problem where players are capable of avoiding losing games against other players by disconnecting from FIFA Ultimate Team matches. This fix was already applied to the PlayStation 4 version in February, so it's good to finally see the update hit the Xbox One.
In the same update, EA revealed that their next title, 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil will launch exclusively to Xbox 360 and PS3 on April 15th. The reasoning behind not releasing to the next gen consoles is to save time and resources by avoiding cross-platform development, and reach out to as many players as possible.
For those that sold their old gen console for a new Xbox One or PS4, EA has assured players that there will be plenty of content within FIFA Ultimate Team to make up for the lack of a new title on either new gen console.