FIFA 22: PS5 and Xbox Series X Owners Are in for a Treat with Exciting, Exclusive New Features

Published 08/07/2021, 6:17 AM EDT


FIFA 22 doesn’t launch till October and it might already be a banger as EA shares big news.

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Electronic Arts recently disclosed the details for FIFA 22’s career mode and they do not disappoint. PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and Stadia will get exclusive features, that truly show that next-gen has its advantages.

FIFA 22: Changes to game

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While the career mode in FIFA gets revamped for all platforms, there certainly are details that make the “HyperMotion” gameplay standout. The “HyperMotion” gameplay is a feature that combines Machine Learning with 11v11 motion capture. Although it looks fantastic, it is limited to the next generation of consoles.

As far or the Career Mode, the game will see significant improvements in the manager and the player career. These changes are designed to make gamers “live out their dreams as a manager/player” according to EA.

You start with creating your club right from to the minute detail. Naming the club and choosing a nickname for it to be used by the commentators during matches. You move on to design the crest for your club and kits, both home and away. You also have the option of choosing or designing your stadium and choose the color theme with the new Stadium Editor.

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Manager & Player Career

For the Managerial mode, you create and build your team from the ground up. Whether you want to start from the very bottom in the lower divisions and work your way up to the UEFA Champions League or directly feature in the big boys, the game lets you choose your club’s philosophy.

During your career, your accomplishments show up on the news in-game. But in next-gen consoles, the improvised commentary picks up on these achievements and talks about them in pre-match intro sequences. Friendly banter by the commentators is going to be one of the recent additions gamers will notice depending on performance.

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New cinematics for various scenarios are being added specifically for the next-gen consoles. A new reveal cinematic when you land a coaching job, transfer announcement news will now take place at the stadium. Also, new team warm-up sequences, dressing room “moments”, teams inspecting the pitch. And, of course, the groundsman doing his job at the last minute.

As a player, you will now have new match objectives that will be performance-related and based on your contribution to the match. You work your way up, taking your player from reserves, to making him an impact sub, to the first name on the team sheet.

With the recent addition “Skill Tree” you can now teach your player new skills based on XP gained via performing matches and practice.

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With the changes to the game and Alex Scott now on the mic, things look promising ahead of its release on October 1, 2021. The only thing missing is Alan Smith and Martin Tyler in the commentary box.

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