During the lead-up to the European Champhionship finals, EA Sports has announced the latest entry in the long-running FIFA series, FIFA 22. EA has been confirmed that the game will still be a multi-generation release.
One of the newest features that EA has confirmed for the current-gen release is the usage of the new HyperMotion technology, which combines machine learning technology with the Football game in hopes to make it more fluid and realistic.
Besides that, a new Create-a-Team mode has been teased, which sounds more like an offline version of the FIFA Ultimate Team mode due to the ability of being able to create your own team kit, stadium and badge.
This, couple with the a revamped Career mode, might be the single player revival that fans are waiting for.
FIFA 22 will launch for PlayStation, Xbox, PC (via Steam, Origins) and Nintendo Switch on October 1.