How to configure Kuta software (updated)
Turbotax Software, the Kuta team that made FIFA 17 the best-selling soccer game in history, has announced that it will be shutting down in October.
In a post on the Turbotaket blog, the developer said that the team had “to make tough decisions” about its future.
The blog post includes a link to a forum where users can ask questions about the future of the team and ask technical questions about its hardware and software.
The Kuta Team Facebook page also posted a message on Monday explaining that it would be shuttingtered “as of October 31.”
The post said that “our development is finished,” adding that “as a result of the changes we have made we are unable to keep up with demand.”
In its statement, Turbotac wrote that it has been “working to get the team up and running again, but it is impossible to get that done.
We want to thank everyone for their support.”
The team was founded in 1997 by a group of former FIFA staffers who worked on the FIFA World Cup project.
It won a World Cup for the first time in 1999.
The FIFA World Rankings are based on ratings given to all countries.
In FIFA 17, the rankings are based entirely on game quality and player ratings, and it’s unclear what the future holds for Turbotafl.
We asked FIFA if it plans to continue supporting the team.
The statement was not immediately returned.
The Turbotaq blog has posted a number of technical details about the Kutas hardware and some technical notes about how FIFA 17 works.
In its announcement, Turbatax Software said that it “had many reasons to think that we had the potential to create a great experience for FIFA 17 users.”
“But as we began to look at the market, we realized that we didn’t have the right tools and infrastructure to make a great game,” Turbatac wrote.
“We are very sad to announce that we are shutting down our Kuta project.”
The Kuta team is also shutting down its website and Twitter account.
A new Kuta Twitter account was set up on Sunday, but was not visible to the public until Monday.