EA has revealed the first details of FIFA 22 as promised and the latest version of the game will be published on October 1. FIFA 22 was developed by EA Vancouver and EA Romania and will be available on October 1 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X / S, PC, Stadia, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
PC users will not notice any gameplay upgrades over the latest generation platforms such as PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. With FIFA 22 game due later in the year, And i don’t think players who buy the PC version of the game will be able to use the brand new Hypermotion technology designed to enhance the gaming experience. With more than 87 million images captured, FIFA 22 will add over 4,000 new animations. In addition, bespoke machine learning technology will analyze the captured frames to fill in gaps and write new animations in real-time.
Hypermotion uses state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms to enhance the realism of in-game animations. It enhances the most realistic motion in the history of video games on next-gen consoles and stadiums and changes the feel of the game. Hypermotion technology is achieved through the use of motion capture by 22 high-intensity professional players.
In addition to motion, They also have a greater record of face expressions, player appearances, and other details than ever seen on the PC as well as the new generation consoles (September 27) and the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles (October 1). The transfer of players and the actual actions recorded on the field is, at least according to the EA team, a big improvement over the football simulation we have seen in the past. Hypermotion gameplay technology will be abolished and eleven games will be transformed into parts of the player playing in virtual reality.
When FIFA 22 comes out, many of the fans will be playing on next-gen consoles. We’ve already seen reports of a possible new commentator at 120 FPS on the new consoles, So i don’t think EA will spend the time and resources developing hypermotion for PC as they did with all their previous generations of FIFA.
In short, FIFA 2022 is the latest version of the most popular video game franchise and the most immediate experience of real football available on consoles. The new game offers deeper and more innovative features in other parts of the game as well as in our most popular modes such as Career Mode, Volta Football, Pro Club and FIFA Ultimate Team.
FIFA 22 will also rebuild the goalkeeping system and introduce a new club system and career mode in addition to returning familiar modes such as Volta Football, Pro Club, Career Mode, and FIFA Ultimate Team. The game will also change the gameplay of Volta football by adding FIFA Ultimate Teams Team Hero items representing fan favorites and other iconic players.
Apart from PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch, I don’t think anyone should expect anything other than a series of legacy editions for Nintendo’s consoles this year. Sports games like FIFA on the consoles are huge, but they are very popular on PC especially in developing countries, and it is important to be able to run on capable, older hardware.
Electronic Arts give players an insight into their new hypermotion technology when they released the first official FIFA 22 trailer. The unveiling trailer has delighted fans for the upcoming release of EAs, which sees cover star Kylian Mbappe star alongside top talents Trent Alexander-Arnold and Christian Pulisic. It also gave us an idea of how EA implements real player movements into the gameplay of FIFA 22. Let’s start with the key details of FIFA 22, which EA will be playing live in the coming months. The game will be launched on 1 October with Pre-Orders live now.
Players who purchase the pre-order version of the game will receive a free non-transactional FUT Hero on August 11 to sweeten the deal a little. The new skate trailer shows that the early development of the games has come full circle, and EA has put together a teaser.
EA has faced some backlash for its decision to make FIFA 22 only for PC and not a last-gen version of the game. The publisher can no longer argue that PS4 and Xbox One cannot operate their new gameplay technology, and the decision has received much criticism from PC gamers on social media and, as usual, in FIFA 22 discussion forums.