FIFA 22 – PS4


FIFA 22 is an association football simulation video game published by Electronic Arts as part of the FIFA series. It is the 29th installment in the FIFA series, and was released worldwide on 1 October 2021. Kylian Mbappé is the cover athlete for the second consecutive year.

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Hypermotion Technology

FIFA 22 introduces Hypermotion Technology,[4] which captures the traits of real world footballers and renders them into the game. The feature will be available only on Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5 and Google Stadia.[5] Xsens suits allowed the developers to carry out a full-team motion capture with 22 professional footballers playing at a high-intensity level, while studying their exact movements. This means FIFA can analyse real human motion in new levels of detail within a match situation, resulting in over 4000 new football-informed animations being added to the game.[6] These new animations are used to power Full Team Authentic Motion, Kinetic Battles, Player Humanisation, Composed Ball Control, and more.

Career Mode

A new change in career mode is the create-a-club option in manager career. Unlike previous titles, where players could only take control of an existing team, this year, players have the option to take to the pitch with a club built from scratch. Players can customise the team’s home and away kits, club crest and home stadium. Kits, crests, and base stadium can be changed at the beginning of each new season. EA also enhanced the player career mode, allowing the player’s character to come off the substitutes bench and play matches.

Ultimate Team

In FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, EA have included updates to some features of the gamemode. First of all, EA introduced FUT Heroes cards and these are cards that have a unique league-specific chemistry which is tied to their specific hero moment, providing a green club link to any player within the same league as well as the usual nation link. The full heroes card list includes: Mario Gómez, Tim Cahill, Ole Gunnar Solskjær, Jerzy Dudek, Joe Cole, Aleksandr Mostovoi, David Ginola, Iván Córdoba, Freddie Ljungberg, Jürgen Kohler, Lars Ricken, Antonio Di Natale, Clint Dempsey, Robbie Keane, Abedi Pelé, Jorge Campos, Fernando Morientes, Sami Al-Jaber and Diego Milito. Players who feature in the team of the week will have their player card stats boosted based on their real life achievements to reflect the closeness of the game to real life football. In previous games, 22 Ones to Watch players have been available with a further 6 added in FIFA 22. As like in FIFA 21, FIFA Icons featuring former stars will be in the game, with more players being added to FIFA 22 such as Iker Casillas, Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Cafu.[9] Players will also have the option to preview Silver and Gold player packs as in the previous game, by allowing players to preview what they would receive from a pack before deciding whether to purchase it.[10]

VOLTA Football

New VOLTA mechanics in FIFA 22 will allow players to trigger special abilities during a match that would boost a player’s avatar in a specific attribute. There will be three Signature Abilities available: Power Strike, Pure Pace and Aggressive Tackle.[11] Players of FIFA 22 will also have the opportunity to play with up to three players in various online mini game modes, which will be part of the new VOLTA Arcade.[12]


The game features more than 30 officially licensed leagues, over 700 clubs and over 17,000 players.

For the first time, the Indian Super League and its 11 teams were added.,[13] as well as the brand new UEFA Europa Conference League, the third tier of European club football.

Juventus, Roma, Atalanta and Lazio are not featured in FIFA 22 and instead are known as Piemonte Calcio, Roma FC, Bergamo Calcio and Latium respectively. The game retains the players’ likenesses, but the official badge, kits and stadiums are unavailable and instead feature custom designs and generic stadiums produced by EA Sports. Bayern Munich and Barcelona are also featured in the game with licensed players and kits but do not have their stadium licences and play in generic stadiums.


The English-language version of the game features two new commentators – Stewart Robson, who replaces Lee Dixon as co-commentator to Derek Rae, and Alex Scott, who replaces Alan McInally in the role of providing in-game score updates in Career Mode, becoming the first female commentator in the history of the franchise.


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