Republished on Wednesday 27th April 2022: We're bringing this review back from the archives following the announcement of May's PlayStation Plus lineup. The original text follows.
The biggest compliment you can pay FIFA 22 is that it feels like real football for once. EA Sports’ soccer simulator still has its fair share of quirks, but at launch the developer has done an outstanding job of upgrading the ball physics and player positioning to make for a much more authentic experience. Add in all of the new animations, enabled by HyperMotion Technology, as well as the complete rewrite to how goalkeepers operate, and you end up with a breath of fresh air for this storied football franchise.
Rather than favour skill moves and dribbling, you’re now going to need to work the ball around if you intend to open defences up. Crossing is a much more viable offensive tactic thanks to the alterations that have been made to aerial balls, while Paul Scholes-esque slices out wide allow you to effectively switch the play, meaning you can use the full width of the pitch to pull defenders out of position. Back lines are compact and – dare we say it – intelligent, working as a unit to keep their shape.
All of this means that goals, on higher difficulties at least, are harder to come by, resulting in much tenser encounters. Scoring a single goal against Manchester City feels like it means something, because it gives you a lead to hold onto – especially if you’re playing as a weaker team in the Premier League. Similarly, it can be challenging to break down stubborn defences in a low-block like Burnley, but that makes it all the more satisfying when the ball hits the back of the net.
In fact, there are dozens of subtle things that EA Sports has added to make the act of scoring more rewarding: net physics have been redone to make the net bulge more realistic when you thunder a strike past the goalkeeper, and the publisher has even reworked the DualSense haptic feedback to give you a more tactile sensation in your hands. There are a ton of new celebration sequences, too, which trigger when you score a last-ditch winner in stoppage time.
It’s still a video game, so collision detection issues and general animation glitches like warping do still occur, but many of the animations added via the heavily advertised HyperMotion Technology help build on the immersion. We’ve also got a lot of time for the new on-the-ball running animations, which are using machine learning to help adjust players’ strides contextually in real-time. It’s a minor thing, but it does add to the responsiveness when players approach the ball properly.
Of course, there are always concerns that patches will ultimately upset the balance – or exploits could be uncovered. Playing online, we’ve been done on way more corners than feels realistic, and the buff to timed shots could result in too many unstoppable curlers into the top corner, but we’re just going to have to trust EA Sports to look at the data and make the necessary adjustments there. Even with these minor issues, the gameplay is still a significant step forward from FIFA 21.
Even the goalkeepers, with a new range of animations and rewritten systems, act much more sensibly. They’re less susceptible to getting beaten at their near post, and seem to react much smarter to loose balls knocked towards the edge of the box. There’s always going to be a debate about scripting, but generally we’ve found the balance to be mostly good: we’re getting punished when we make mistakes, and not when the game’s decided it’s time for us to lose.
Of course, all of these gameplay tweaks are great, but FIFA 22 would be a tough sell without improvements outside of them. Fortunately, flagship single player offering Career Mode has been given a revamp – especially if you’re looking to create your own club or break into a team as a pro. While the nuts-and-bolts remain identical – all of the menus are repurposed from last year – the ability to found your own team and build the expectations for it is fun.
We’re currently in charge of a small team we started in the West Midlands, which is looking to avoid relegation from the Premier League. With a minuscule transfer budget, we’ve been forced to promote kids from our academy and hope for the best. You get to set the profile of the players in your starting squad and even design your stadium. Having so much control of your team does help you to develop an attachment to it, which makes you feel every high and low on the field.
There’s still so much more EA Sports could do to add depth here, though. In real-life, for example, Manchester United recently hired a set-piece coach – but you barely have any control over your staff in FIFA 22. When competing sports series like NBA 2K22 allow you to dig so deeply into the day-to-day running of your team that you can even hire sports psychologists and sleeping specialists to help improve the performance of your playing personnel, there’s clearly loads that could be incorporated here.
The focus this year appears to be on the Player Career, which is significantly improved. The simple addition of substitutions means that you can now break into teams, or get benched if you’re not performing to the standard your manager expects. You’ll get dynamic goals for each game, and will need to impress each time you take to the field if you want to progress and force your way into the starting lineup. It’s a huge improvement over the barebones offering of previous years.
Outside of Career Mode, street football spin-off Volta Football has also been revamped to adopt a more arcade-style pick-up-and-play experience. Drop-in multiplayer is not just encouraged, it’s borderline enforced – and new scoring mechanics reward you for playing with flair in order to multiply the number of goals you score. There are a bunch of new football-themed mini-games that you can play, all of which tie into a reward system which allows you to unlock cosmetics for your avatar.
While there’s undoubtedly fun to be had here, it does feel like EA Sports is merely scratching the surface. Sure, the MyPlayer mode in NBA 2K22 has its fair share of issues, the way 2K Sports unifies street basketball with professional basketball and gives you a wealth of activities to do both offline and online is unprecedented, and it’s something we can see EA Sports edging towards eventually – but it’s got a long way to go.
That’s probably because FIFA Ultimate Team is the main mode these days, and it very much remains so in FIFA 22. Surprisingly, it’s probably seen the fewest changes overall, with some minor user interface alterations being the most notable. The way Division Rivals works has been massively rebooted, meaning you’ll no longer bounce between divisions as you win and lose matches, but will instead reach checkpoints to help keep you at an appropriate level.
We’re still not sure how we feel about this change – frankly, we’ve been getting battered by most opponents so far – so we’re curious to see how the balance events out. The Weekend League has also been altered, with a preliminary qualifying round running all week before the FUT Champions finals unfold over the weekend. As we haven’t qualified yet, we can’t comment on how it will all shake out, but the ambition is to give players more flexibility, which we appreciate.
Of course, microtransactions still rule supreme, as you’re completely at the mercy of EA Sports’ gacha mechanics over what players you actually get. Pull a Cristiano Ronaldo card in a pack, and reselling it on the Transfer Market could very well set you up for the rest of the year – but the chances of doing so are low. We appreciate it’s the rarity that ultimately drives the value, but the mode feels so stingy compared to games like MLB The Show 21, where you can build a great team at no cost.
Still, there’s so much to do in FIFA 22 that it feels hard to complain too heavily, in truth. Pro Clubs has more squad customisation options than in past years, while Online Seasons returns, providing an online experience with real teams. The soundtrack is larger and more varied than ever, with some really strong inclusions, and absolutely everything is underpinned by the excellent gameplay improvements detailed above. We’ve not even mentioned the presentation either, which is excellent across the board – outside of the woeful commentary which is somehow worse than it’s ever been.
FIFA 22 feels like real football, and it’s all the better for it. Impressive improvements to player positioning, ball physics, and animations make for a supremely satisfying simulation that underpins each of the franchise’s flagship modes. Career Mode doesn’t reinvent the wheel, but the ability to create a club is entertaining, and the changes to Player Careers are overdue. Microtransactions still rule supreme in Ultimate Team, and you’ll already have your own personal opinions on that, but there’s so much to do in this year’s release that you could easily invest hundreds of hours into it without seeing a single loot box.
I tried the free 10hour trial..easy skip for me..all you have to do is to tap some buttons fast and the players do akward supernatural moves..really nothing next-gen here..save your money.
The commentary is pretty dreadful from what i’ve played but a very solid review that I do agree with.
Good to see FIFA slowly getting back to its best…..until the first big patch
Dreadful commentary? So it’s realistic then…
Liked the review, I'm a couple of hours into the trial and can feel some subtle differences but doesn't feel like a huge leap - still buying it though. Unfortunately nobody's taught Derek Rae how to pronounce players names yet, Bruno Felange winds me up more than it should...
Felt just like every other FIFA to me on the pitch ...unistalled after a hand full of games.....also Im sure FIFA used to have good commentary....what happened lol
This means Kena is now an automatic 9 or 10 as a Fifa game can't possibly score higher than that debut game from an indie studio. I'll still have to buy it for my nephews xmas
Not buying it on release didn't enjoy the 4hrs I played on the trial and uninstalled it before finishing the full 10. Just felt the same as usual always something not quite right with every recent game, last year it was easy scoring as keepers were awful. Might pick it up if it's 20 on sale but doubt it tbh. More than enough good games to keep me going. But as usual it will be no 1 in charts next week.
Among many other things, the commentary in FIFA games has really annoyed me the last few years. It's absolutely terrible to the point where I wonder if its deliberately bad for some reason
Long time reader, first comment here. I'm stunned by this review. EA have once again laced this game with predatory microtransactions and the same psychological manipulation, like FOMO for example, as all the other FIFAs which bleed into the gameplay and drive player behaviors rendering whatever gameplay changes EA make redundant as gamers gamble their money hunting down players with stats that favor a particular method of scoring goals that will surely arise a month or 2 into the game's lifespan regardless of whatever changes the developers have made to gameplay. This is how its always been. What's more UT is appropriated by screaming, streaming YouTubers which children and other gullible people follow and adore because they make acquisition look easy and desirable. Its a cancer in the industry and to give it such a high score and not fully appreciate the disgusting morals of it is a disservice. Full price games like this need the media to take a stand against it. Please help us change the industry for the better for the sake of us all. 8 out of 10?! Nearly perfect?
Martin Tyler wasn’t any better though. I had no idea the Kevin de Bruyne was the long lost son of Kenneth Branagh until I heard Tyler utter his name, over and over again, on FIFA’s commentary…
Any word on whether they fixed the career mode breaking bug that has been present in the last several iterations, that causes your entire team to be played out of position?
@Mrjayward Hmm not familiar with that. What triggers it?
@vyseofhr 🤣🤣very true, forgot about that
@Originut Yeah woke up to Eurogamer's subheading for their review in my phone notifications. I didn't read it but it's a good thing it's being pointed out.
I mean how does an Ultimate Edition release like a week earlier than the standard edition. Imagine if it became the norm for all other games, it'd be such an awful, corrupt, pitiful and shameful industry.
@Originut look at the 'cons' of the review...."FUT built around microtransactions" !!! Really? That's hardly news. Thats a given. More than that, it's not even the whole story. The entire game is designed to channel people towards FUT. Every other game mode is weak compared to it. Year after year every other game mode gets as little attention as EA dare compared to FUT. Career Mode has been a buggy mess for as long as I can remember. Volta is a novelty at best, nobody is going to buy the game for that alone.
The number 1 priority should be gameplay but we all know FIFA lags well behind PES in ba physics, animation, AI and in actually representing how it feels like you are playing a nuanced simulation of the game and not an arcade version of it with guaranteed exploits and goal-scoring tactics. FUT does that to this game. It ruins it overall because the game doesn't exist to simulate football, it exists to manipulate the right type of gamers into spending money. And even worse than that its influence reaches out into other forms of media which in turn popularize and legitimize FUTs practices and existence. But here it gets an 8 out of 10 despite it being one of the most predatory full-prcie games in the entire industry. Like you said Eurogamer has taken the view to expose it for what it is. Why can't all sites help change things for the better and stand for us against these practices? Please Pushsquare, I've followed you for a long time, how have you come to the conclusion that a game like this is 2 points away from perfection?
liked the 10hour trial so much, decided to buy the ultimate edition this time. my first FIFA since 18. this one really feels great, might be the best one ever for me. superb footbal.
A question about the Sim Match mode which was to try and be a Football Manager type thing in the career mode. Is it any better? There seemed to be very little correlation between the tactics you set or things you changed to what actually happened on the pitch. Is it any better and is it still only a 2D match engine?
Hate the English commentary. Just use Brazilian Portuguese instead
@john_c As far as I can tell it's the same.
@TheArt I mean, Lost Judgment literally just did the same thing. This isn't uncommon — even outside of sports games.
"We appreciate it’s the rarity that ultimately drives the value, but the mode feels so stingy compared to games like MLB The Show 21, where you can build a great team at no cost."
I really don't agree on this. after 10 hours of playing I have 81 OVR team...and the cost of good cards is not really that high (I am talking about 83-85 normal players, not 500k+ monsters). it just takes time...and patience
Fut transfer market is dirt cheap on a night time. I bought a full 80+ prem side for 11k last night.
@kejsi-sensei Fair, but in games like NBA 2K22 and MLB The Show 21 it's feasible to have Kevin Durant or Shohei Otani on your team.
The odds of getting Cristiano Ronaldo, even the basic version, are extremely low in FUT for the average player.
@get2sammyb Wow. Good thing it's not anywhere near the games I like. Haven't still gotten into the Yakuza games yet. It's a shame tbh. Imagine HFW Ultimate Edition releasing in January '22 and the Standard in February, it'd be horrible. Better yet they should just tell us to buy games at £100+ then and stop hiding it behind editions. This practice needs to be called out and condemned.
I get that people hate FUT and agree that having something akin to a casino in a kid's reach is immoral, I don't think stripping the appeal of UT for grown adults who love the mode as it is, is fair. This game should be rated 18+, among other things like not releasing a new one every single year, but at least it plays a fair bit better this time.
This annual update is a joke.....what is a worry is it sells bucket loads .......Could other Game developers adopt the same attitude I mean we talking Stocks n Shares now not a nice footie sim for Timmy 🙏
I'm glad this review focuses in everything else but FUT. Everyone knows that FUT is bad, but it's been here for years - I've managed to avoid it and played fifa since early 10s. I want to know what's changed since FIFA 21.
What new mini games have added? Our favourite is the lose a player after you score game.
Is Pro clubs xp system still heavily geared to scoring goals?
@TheArt I read the EG review and appreciated the strong commentary on the nefarious micro-transaction jamboree that is FUT, but I think @get2sammyb did a better job of covering the actual game. Several modes in the EG article are described as receiving "further improvements", but what those improvements are is left to the reader's imagination. I think the best review of this game is the one I made in my head by combining EG's outrage at the predatory gacha system and Push Square's coverage of the game itself.
I've only played the FUT mode once, but it's certainly possible to do well without spending a penny of real life money. Everyone slates it because they think the only way to get big stars is to be lucky enough to pack them, but the golden rule of FUT is never use your coins to buy packs.
Start paying attention to the virtual market. Team of the Week cards where the player is from a big league and popular nation will always rise over time due to being useful for SBCs. A lot of these cards will pretty much be selling for 'discard' price during the week they are in packs, if the player is not good in game. This means just spend all your money on English, Premier League based TOTW cards that nobody wants for 10k coins. In a month or two, they will worth 3, 4 or 5 times that much.
Back in FIFA18 I had a ridiculous team. Ronaldo, Messi, legends like Gullit and Viera, plus the rest of the team made up of TOTY or TOTS cards and I never spent a thing on it.
@Integrity totally agree the score should be closer to a 5 or 6. FUT is a horrible edition to FIFA it's what has destroyed it. I used to run a fish and chip shop with my brother and had teenagers working for us and some of them would come in to work and have a chat about games with me and say that they had spent about £80 over the weekend on opening packs I was absolutely horrified when they said that, I just kept asking them why, I think if you were able to carry your team over to the next edition then it wouldn't as bad (still bad though lol), but the fact that every year you start over from scratch is horrible, or even if they just made the top cards a bit more attainable, I played a bit last year and thought I would try and play and save to get a icon card but soon realised that I would be playing hours a day for months before even getting close to one.
@Amnesiac I can appreciate that, its a fair comment. What I don't get is how the overall score doesn't reflect the game AS A WHOLE which includes the predatory monetization alongside the improvements over last years edition. A game that features at its core the kind of systems that have people and governments citing them as gambling, and is aimed at kids (this game is not classified as for 18+ age group) must be scored to reflect that.
This got an 8 out of 10. So at best PS think the gameplay is absolutely perfect and docked a measly 2 points for its unscrupulous gambling mechanics. Or it just didn't get considered at all. I'm perfectly happy to accept people play this game and ignore FUT but that does not excuse its inclusion or the very real damage it does to those who spend beyond their means on it. Its a real problem, it should be recognized, addressed and disencouraged in a full price game with a lifespan of one measly year. This is a serious problem for many folk that we need to acknowledge. You and I may be able to ignore FUT but we are therefore not its target audience. It helps noone to say 'I'm ok, I don't spend money on it, whats the big deal' because there are real victims of this kind of psuedo-gambling. It needs regulating and it needs to be classified for adults only. I'm not saying ban it. If EA and the industry can't be trusted to do the right thing it must be enforced and the media should help to bring forth that change rather than sit passively by enabling by not taking a stance on it.
The FUT fiasco really should me more front and centre in the review, not just tacked on as a "con". But I understand at this point, there's no getting through to those who are willing to waste their money.
Let's just hope these laws get passed sooner rather than later. Then maybe EA will have to re-think Fifa 23.
@Integrity I don't pay much attention to review scores, but I think you raise a good point that the bolt-on casino element of the game warrants it an 18+ rating. The optimist in me thinks that loot box mechanics won't be around much longer in games like this, though the final nail in the coffin will likely have to be kicked in by legislation.
That being said, the pessimist in me has watched the slow deregulation of online gambling creeping across the US with a sense of dread. It's impossible to watch a sports event in the States without being bombarded with ads for online gambling apps. What's more, the companies who run these apps are often tied to the networks that broadcast the games and even team ownership (looking at you Robert Kraft). It's like these companies have discovered an app that gets people to send them money for nothing in return, and there isn't even a football game attached to it.
This is where E-Football (PES) may come strong. As with all there are certain modes In these games I have no interest in playing.
If the E-Football match engine is sound and I can add on the Master League for a reasonable price I may go that way. I do not want to pay full price when I only want to play career mode.
I wonder if EA would consider splitting its game into component parts. It may if Konami do well.
@Originut its disappointing and perhaps telling (its hard not to come the conclusion that I am willfully being ignored) that the reviewer isn't prepared to enter a dialogue about the issue i have with the review but is clearly responding to others so must have read what I have to say. I don't think I'm being at all rude or unreasonable, and I think the points I raise have merit and are worthy of discussion. Mine is honest feedback with the best intentions with the aim to make gaming as a whole better for all. I'm fully prepared to be shown that I am wrong if that is how he feels. I'm not here to start an argument and if its demonstrated that somehow FUT and its inclusion isn't a factor when deciding this game is 2 points off perfection I'm open to it. This is a great site to read and it has a responsibility to its readership because it is very influential.
@Originut @Integrity I'm not ignoring the comments, it just takes more time to read and respond to more complex questions than some of the other ones in the thread.
Ultimately I disagree with the premise that "every other game mode is weak compared to FUT". I also spent a lot of time explaining why the gameplay has been improved so feel it's unfair to just cast this off as "we all know FIFA lags well behind PES in ba physics, animation, AI and in actually representing how it feels like you are playing a nuanced simulation of the game and not an arcade version of it with guaranteed exploits and goal-scoring tactics".
I mentioned in the review that there's always the possibility of future patches and balance changes which could ruin the experience, but ultimately a review is a snapshot in time and I can only comment on what I've played.
I know people really dislike the loot boxes in FUT, and I think a lot of the criticism is valid. It's also worth remembering that a lot of people really enjoy that mode as well — it wouldn't be so popular if they didn't — so while I do agree that there needs to be more communication and clarification around it (that's for governments to determine) I think most people already know how they feel about this mode by this point.
I'm not sure how much value readers will get out of a 1,000 word rant about Ultimate Team.
I am sure My cousins will still wipe the floor with me as always 😅
We do spend real money on FUT. And The hypocrisy of the "loot box targeting kids" selective outrage got old ages ago.
So moving on
Great review, all points seem fair to me. Looking forward to getting stuck into this on Friday.
@get2sammyb 'I'm not sure how much value readers will get out of a 1,000 word rant about Ultimate Team.'
Why would it be a rant? Fpr example what I've said isn't a rant, its a reasoned response. EG's review isn't a rant and looks deeply into how MTX insinuates itself i to the game.
If you were to take a quick look at EG's review and the comments there there's clearly a heck of a lot of value found by readers in the stance EG has taken over the all-pervasive inclusion of the monetized systems.
'so while I do agree that there needs to be more communication and clarification around it (that's for governments to determine) I think most people already know how they feel about this mode by this point'
but it has been determined by some governments as gambling and within other territories its being heavily scrutinized legally. Morally it is unquestionably wrong surely? This is not an 18 certificate game and yet it has mechanics that some authorities declare as gambling and if you're not prepared to go that far in its description personally you must at least acknowledge that it has lead to many individuals, many under 18, to get into serious financial problems. Does that not deserve consideration if this kind of system is a fundamental part of a FULL PRICE game with a lifespan of 1 year?
I fully concede to you that gameplay is subjective so if you want to say its on a par with PES ill go along with it. I don't agree, the only time it has been was during the PS3/360 era when PES was garbage.
Perhaps I'd feel better about your review if the score reflected the real world problems this game creates. 8 out of 10 to me excuses EA for yet again not taking seriously the issue with lootboxes. The joke that is their solution, you get a 'free' look at a box once a day, is as insulting as it is unscrupulous. I would dearly love the media to be harsher towards games like this and that absolute dumpster fire that is NBA2K to show that we the gamers, that includes you, are sick of being treated like a commodity. I'm not naive, I know we are exactly that to any corporation but the way EA does it is about as disrespectful as it gets.
All you've said in your review i could stand by and accept, I don't have a problem with the write-up at all, if only you slapped the game with a 4 out of 10 or something to reflect the dirty, manipulative practices EA employed a team of psychological analysts to come up with to maximize profits from the young and the vulnerable. After all it is the reason FIFA exists in the form that it does and why EA will do all the mental gymnastics possible to maintain and excuse it in this form.
Thank you for the reply by the way.
Wonder which side I'll go with in FM this year.
@Originut I have to be reasonable. I can't just flat out accuse people of being without integrity or being worried about giving a poor score to a multi-billion dollar franchise for fear of angering the wrong people and getting themselves into trouble careerwise. Who am I to do that. Though Reedpop own EG and Pushsquare and EG seem to be ok calling FIFA out so that may not be an issue.
Edit: oops. For some reason I thought your reply to Sammy was to my reply to you. doh!!
@Originut thanks for that, kind of you to take the time to say so.
Push Square writers will be driving new cars because of this review 😉
Jeez, so many bashing on this review when Sammy was clearly being honest and reviewing the game and not the microtransactions. They are there, always were, don't like it don't buy it, or do like me and buy it at low prices later down the line.
I played a bit of the trial and I'm happy Benfica finally has it's stadium again, but damn some of the players like Cebolinha or Darwin ARE NOTHING like their real life counterparts lol How hard can it be to scan photos of the players to at least get something close? Baffling...
I tried it for 10 hours FUT mode specifically. While I am a huge FUT fan and there were times were I would spend thousand hours each year, I stopped playing FIFA 21 in march. I come back to FIFA 22 just to realise how I actually am happy I finally quit it.
FIFA 22 current gen might shine in offline mode, but online fun factor is probably worst one since FIFA 18.
It's the first year I havent pre-ordered FIFA and first year I won't buy FIFA since 2014.
Btw, the "next gen" visuals are non existent. It pretty much looks like last gen graphic wise, yet somehow it hurts my eyes aesthetically. It just feels off. Something just feels very off in general.
To further add to it, I am a strong division 3 player on year-to-year basis and used to be division 2 back in the prime days.
Love how Eurogamer put the predatory gambling in the headline of their review, while you guys gloss over the whole thing.
Then again, you guys have been shills for this disgusting practice consistently, so I never expected anything else.
When will you get with the program and show some integrity? Or do you genuinely not believe this is a massive problem in a game targeted at all ages? Because that makes you look like brainwashed idiots, frankly.
I'm sick of this site's blasé attitude to this and I have lost all faith in you.
FUT is stupid but I still played it last year without spending any money and did get some level of enjoyment. FIFA 21 wasn’t very good but I played it long enough. I won’t buy this year’s game and probably won’t for a while but I absolutely understand why Sammy didn’t just make the review ‘FUT bad’. Reviews are for people who are considering buying the game, not people who have written off the game in the first place.
Why sports games have yet to go free to play when the it emulates the mobile game formula is beyond me. Probably because people are willing to both throw down money and still spend on microtransactions. It you're not spending it seems you're in the minority or feel guilty about admitting it. They would not announce profits in the hundreds of millions if thousands of players weren't buying packs and whatnot.
I’m not a fan of the game but I actually enjoyed reading this review. Don’t shoot the reviewer because of scores guys. Scores are complete BS and it’s your own fault for focusing on a (random) number.
If anything it should promote giving up scores for reviews. 👍
Just my point of view.
The folks who like playing FIFA will love this one and the folks who don't play FIFA will complain about it.
I bought this the other day and been playing since yesterday. Like I have every other FIFA game. Do I play FUT ? Yes. And I've never, ever spent a penny on card packs, not a single dime on microtransactions. Never will. I've built up great teams of legendary players just by playing the game and can hold my own online against better teams and better players. I realise not everyone has the willpower however, just saying there's great fun to be had without spending extra cash. Vote with your wallet guys
Seems a bit futile describing how the game plays at this stage; it will change wildly over the next 6-9 months with EA's inevitably myriad and wide-ranging updates.
Loved Fifa on PC as kid. Now i'm one hour into the trial and i still try to find the buttons. Don't know what hypermotion is, it feels like a gimmick. Its ok for a free trial but i wouldn't pay 80$ for updated rosters each year. Frostbite looks dated to me. Maybe they should move to UE5
hey Sammy, so I wanted to update on this. Because you can get Messi AND Ronaldo for a total of around 500k coins, which is the cheapest ever
So with a bit of grinding this really is achievable for everyone, really that's why I was a bit upset with your statement right on the first week of game release, but you couldn't have known how cheap those cards would be, right? and the price keeps dropping and dropping...so by the time FIFA22 will be on EA Play they might be for less than 200k...
have a nice day!
Fifa 22 no more then 6... this rewiew is realy wrong....
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