Fifa 22 will bring next-level Football realism to next-gen…
Fifa 22, releasing October 1st for all supported platforms, is said to be the most realistic edition yet. At the heart of this is an all-new “HyperMotion” system. The technology uses machine learning to produce animations in real-time, leading to more “organic” movement. It also lets EA capture the motion of pro Football players, therefore mimicking a player’s signature movements etc.
To experience HyperMotion at full effect, you need to play on either a PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S or Google Stadia. Regardless, the game is still coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC (via Origin and Steam). Although EA didn’t outline differences, a Fifa 22 Legacy Edition is also coming to the Nintendo Switch.
Thankfully, there are other substantial changes which are being implemented on all platforms. EA has hinted at a “complete” revamp of the goalkeeper system, a new club creation experience in Career Mode, “reimagined” Volta Football and a FIFA Ultimate Team Heroes item set representing the tales of legendary players.
As with Madden, it’s apparent EA isn’t completely ready to drop support for previous-gen consoles. That’s not surprising given both the larger player base and shortages that limit the number of PS5 and Xbox Series owners. However, the gaming giant wants to offer a strong incentive to play on newer machines. Don’t be surprised if FIFA 23 cuts off PS4 and Xbox One players.
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