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5 Things We Want From FIFA In 2022



FIFA 22 is supposed to feature groundbreaking, new HyperMotion gameplay technology, elevating every match in every mode. Just like the previous FIFA games, there is a single-player Manager Career and Player Career mode. Control the entire team or one player throughout a 25-year career. You have a create-a-club option, where you can design a new club with customized kits, crest, and home stadium. 

While previous FIFA games in the series offered a Champions Edition, FIFA 22 does not. What FIFA 22 offers is a Standard Edition and an Ultimate Edition.


The Standard Edition:

  • FIFA 22 Base game

Ultimate Edition: 

  • FIFA 22 Base Game
  • Dual Entitlement—Free PlayStation 5 Upgrade
  • 4600 FIFA Points

There is a Manager Rating (a system measuring your manager’s belief in you as a member of the squad), so perform well, and you should not wound up transfer listed. Earn experience (XP) in all matches, except Practice ones, in Pro Clubs.

You probably overheard about the video game features already (like increasing your accuracy and power from long distance shots and increasing your shooting Attributes during the last 15 minutes and extra time). What about the things we want from FIFA in 2022?


5. Crowd Interference:

After an underdog conquers an opponent in a boxing match, what do fans do at times? The fans jump out of their seats, hopping in the ring, to celebrate. In football, some fans literally interfere, trying to compete with the professionals or seek attention in other ways (like flying on the field with a parachute and physically forcing the player out of the way), before getting restrained to the ground. Crowd interferences would make a huge difference in the gameplay. 

In fact, add a Stadium Noise Slider, so that gamers can choose the proper noise of the crowd.


4. Zoom In During Gameplay: 

While you are actually performing in the field, it would be a decent option to have the cameras view what your playable character sees, then you can look in the back, choosing to pass the ball. More likely, we would respect the detailed graphics with such an option.

FIFA 22 has over 90 stadiums, 700 teams, and 17,000 players. While we can play FIFA 22 from a similar view of the actual football event, close-up shots, should have more than replays and celebrations.


3. FIFA 22 Playbook: 

Often, sports teams create unforgettable, iconic moments, that fans tell their children about. I’m August 17, 1996, the Manchester United legend, David Beckham, scored a 60-yard goal from the halfway line, against Wimbledon in the Premier League. What if we as the gamers got to relive that historic moment of David Beckham performing that exact play, then it is up to us to prevent the goal. How about we recreate a moment like that by pressing the correct buttons?


2. Gambling Prevention: 

FIFA 22 is playable without spending money on in-game purchases, but certain modes will improve your FIFA experience, by doing so. Invest in a FIFA pack (a treasure chest containing unknown items) advantages like valuable players. If you do not win FIFA packs in events, you can buy them with coins, or real-world money. Purchasing a pack just to enjoy a video game more is greed and should a video game already be completely enjoyable?


1. Online Interaction: 

The culture of FIFA revolves around online competition and the series offering online interaction, still runs a safety risk for children. There are unmoderated voice chats and users can see usernames/gamertags of other players, using these to send friend requests on gaming platforms. 

FIFA is a popular sport for children and adults, so it would not be uncommon for a child to practice against, play other matches with, or add adults to their Pro-Clubs team. Basically, some of the adults are capable of inappropriately continuing their conversations off the FIFA series, onto an encrypted mobile platform (like WhatsApp). The FIFA developers should’ve thought about how to prevent these acts before creating an online voice chat. 

Bonus: Collision System: 

I am certain you heard the complaints from gamers online, where fouls are not being called in by the referee. You get tackled while trying to score a goal and the referee never blows his whistle. Your level of success will be limited, which is the downside to playing FIFA 22.  

Isaiah Joshua is an author and poet and has a love for video games. In May 2016, he graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor's Degree in Cinema Arts and Science. As an avid gamer, some of his favorite games are "WWF No Mercy, Hitman, Manhunt, Sims 3, Mortal Kombat, and Street Fighter. Conscious in gaming culture, he is always researching gaming history, as well as the latest games to write about.