What are the costs of FIFA 22?

Release date, price, new features, and editions for FIFA 22: In 2021, here’s everything you need to know. 

For the millions of gamers across the world who make the EA Sports FIFA video game an annual tradition, it’s that special time of year. FIFA 22, the next installment in the franchise, is scheduled to debut, and many players have already tried it out ahead of its global release. 

Are you still not up to date on everything FIFA this year has to offer? This handy guide will tell you all you need to know about the new game before you spend your money on it. 

The release date for FIFA 22 has been set; Friday, October 1st 

 FIFA 22 will be published worldwide on Friday, October 1, 2021 for all consoles, following the trend of every FIFA edition since FIFA Football 2003, which was released in the last week of September or the first week of October. 

Those who pre-ordered the Ultimate Edition have had access to the game from Monday, September 27. 

FIFA 22 will be available for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadia, as well as Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadia. 

The cost of FIFA 22 

FIFA 22’s basic edition will cost $59.99 or $69.99 in the United States this year, depending on the console. 

The game’s Ultimate Edition will set you back $99.99. This is a special edition of the game including additional material for FIFA Ultimate Team and Volta, such as extra packs, kits, accessories, and players. As a result, it costs more than the ordinary edition and is available in both physical and digital formats. 

For FIFA 22, the Champions Edition was removed from the game. 

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FIFA 22 is available in two different editions: Standard and Ultimate Edition. The Ultimate Edition comes with extra features, which explains the higher price. 

Standard Edition 

  • 1 Player Item for the Team of the Week 
  • Loan item: Kylian Mbappe 
  • Pick a FUT Ambassador Loan Player 
  • Mode of Work Talent from within the community 

Ultimate Edition

  • Beginning October 1st, untradeable Ones to Watch Player Item 4 Days Early Access Dual Entitlement — free PlayStation 5 upgrade 4,600 FIFA Points 
  • 1 Player Item for the Team of the Week 
  • Loan item: Kylian Mbappe 
  • Career Mode: FUT Ambassador Loan Player Talent from within the community 

Player ratings for FIFA 22 

As is customary, the ratings are given prior to the game, and EA Sports has confirmed that Lionel Messi (PSG) is once again the top player in FIFA 22, with a rating of 93 in the new game. 

With a rating of 92, Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski is the second highest-rated player in FIFA 22, behind Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United), Kylian Mbappe (PSG), Neymar (PSG), Jan Oblak (Atletico Madrid), and Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City). 

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New features in FIFA 22 

In a separate piece, we went through all of the new features in depth. Despite the fact that there is no VAR in FIFA 22, here are the highlights of the new features that will be included in the game: 

The Next Generation 

The new HyperMotion gaming technology is included in the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S versions of FIFA 22, making the game more dynamic and lifelike than ever before. The technology can now make player and ball motions look more realistic using match capture data from pro players in a high-intensity, 11-v-11 encounter on a full-size field (but only on next-gen platforms). 

Gameplay 

Tactical AI that allows players to take up better positions, kinetic air battles, composed ball handling, true-ball physics, and improved humanization are all examples of the real-life concept. There are also four new skill moves, an Explosive Sprint, and a goalkeeper overhaul, all of which will give the game a new vibe. 

Mode of Work 

Manager and Player Careers will undergo considerable modifications. Create Your Club is now available in Manager Career, allowing you to add a custom club to the database and set its identity (name, crest, clothing, stadium), league assignment, and transfer budget. Manager Ratings and Match Objectives have been added to Player Career to help you impress the boss. The updated edition also includes new cinematic sequences and expanded tales. 

Cover of FIFA 22 

The cover star of FIFA 22 is Kylian Mbappe. The face of FIFA 21 was France’s and Paris Saint Germain’s star and he will reprise his role in the upcoming edition: 

Mbappe’s selection made him the first player since Cristiano Ronaldo to appear on the cover of both FIFA 18 and FIFA 19. Virgil van Dijk, Neymar, Kevin De Bruyne, Paulo Dybala, and Eden Hazard have all recently graced the cover of EA Sports’ yearly football game. 

Prior to that, Marco Reus was selected for FIFA 17 in the midst of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo’s dominance, with Messi serving as cover athlete from FIFA 13 to FIFA 16, and Hazard sharing the honors on FIFA 15. 

Wayne Rooney also had a spell of domination when it came to the FIFA cover, sharing the honors every year on the worldwide editions from FIFA 06 to FIFA 12. 

FIFA 22 is available on which consoles? 

FIFA 22 will be available for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in addition to next-gen systems. 

For FIFA 21, EA Sports offered a Dual Entitlement offer that let consumers to upgrade their PS4 or Xbox One copies to Xbox Series X/S at no additional cost. This promotion has been reinstated for FIFA 22, as many gamers may choose to acquire the game before receiving a new system as a gift during the holiday season of 2021. The Dual Entitlement offer, on the other hand, is only available to those who pre-ordered the Ultimate Edition. 

In recent years, the Nintendo Switch version of FIFA has been more of a squad upgrade than a fresh game, and the FIFA 22 Legacy Edition is no exception. It will have the most recent kits, clubs, and squads, as well as a revamped visual identity, although gameplay mechanics and modes will remain unchanged from FIFA 21. 

Although Google Stadia, which debuted in 2019, lacked FIFA 20, FIFA 21 was available for play on the new platform. This will be the case with FIFA 22. 

Playing Across Platforms 

FIFA 22 will not offer cross-platform play, like it did in the previous version. 

EA Sports also claims that gamers will be able to play with and against other players dependent on the FIFA 22 version they are using. In summary, PS4 and PS5 users can only play online games together if they both have the PS4 version of the game, and the same is true for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S players. 

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