FIFA 22 Lands on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Very Soon

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Getting subscribed to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will soon allow you to get your hands on FIFA 22, EA’s latest iteration of the famous football simulation series, for Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S consoles. This is possible thanks to the game’s arrival for EA Play on June 23, according to EA itself.

FIFA 22 has been pretty revolutionary for its series, considering that it introduced the HyperMotion Teechnology, which unlocks a series of new functionalities. We can mention here Tactical AI, Machine Learning Flow, Full Team Authentic Motion, and more.

Except for the Xbox consoles, FIFA 22 is also available via PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia, and Windows PC.

Otherwise, there are plenty of other options to purchase the game, but our advice is to wait until June 23. That means only a week more!

You can also buy FIFA 22 from Steam for a minimum of 59.99 euros for the standard package. If you want the Ultimate Launch Edition, you’ll have to pay 20 euros more. There are a few game modes that the player can choose while playing FIFA 22: Career Mode, Volta Football, and FIFA Ultimate Team. Each one has its own beauty!

FIFA 22’s Career Mode is arguably the mode that triggers the most interest in players. Here’s how the description from Steam sounds:

Live out your dreams as both a manager and a player in FIFA 22. Create the newest club in FIFA, design your kits, style your stadium, and choose whether to compete with the elite or rise up from the lower divisions as you manage your club to glory. Or test your skills as a player, with a more immersive Player Career mode that gives you more ways to progress, achieve, and immerse yourself in your Pro’s journey through the game.

FIFA 23, the sequel, is expected to launch at some point around September-October.

Cristian Antonescu
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