FIFA 22: Finally extensive gameplay - video shows the complete match

FIFA 22: Finally extensive gameplay - video shows the complete match


Update: The new gameplay video for FIFA 22 is now live. You can watch the full match in the stream below.

Original: Electronic Arts wants to show new gameplay from FIFA 22 today. After the publisher only published trailers with short game scenes in the past few weeks, fans can now look forward to detailed insights. The publisher announced via the FIFA esports channel on Twitter that fresh scenes from the new football simulation will be shown this afternoon. The FIFA professionals Tom Leese and Tekkz face each other and compete against each other in a 1vs1. A time for the gameplay reveal has already been set: The premiere starts at 5 p.m.

We have the live stream for FIFA 22 (buy now € 59.99 / € 53.99) gameplay below for you involved. It is likely that the two FIFA pros will play a full match, but this has not yet been confirmed. It also remains to be seen, for example, which teams the players are playing with - and in which stadium. But because they are British FIFA professionals, it seems reasonable to assume that they play with teams from the English Premier League.

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FIFA 22: The Ultimate Team mode in the preview

In the preview we present all the important changes in the Ultimate Team mode of FIFA 22. Also included: News in the Rivals, Champions and FUT Heroes division! var lstExcludedArticleTicker = '1378877,1378677,1376939,1376834'; Fans can expect to see scenes with the new HyperMotion technology, which promises more realistic animations on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S, among other things. Until the premiere today at 5 p.m. you can, for example, pass the time with our big FIFA 22 preview, in which we introduce you to the next-gen innovations. The release of FIFA 22 is planned for October 1st - on PC and consoles.

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FIFA 22 Download Size: Leaks reveal how much memory gamers will need

FIFA 22 details continue to be leaked ahead of what is easily one of the biggest new releases of 2021.

EA are bringing HyperMotion technology to the table this year in what is a significant shake-up regarding take the franchise to the next level in the gaming market, with the competition for dominance in this sector hotting up with the introduction of eFootball, Goals and UFL.

While this feature will only be available for next-gen consoles (not including PC), it will certainly not deter fans from getting their hands on this all-new title.

While beta recently took place and feedback has been sent straight to EA, the American giants appear to be on course for their 1st October release date - albeit possibly including a day one patch on the back of this.

Thanks to new leaks, we now know how much memory fans will require to download FIFA 22.

Read more: FIFA 22: Release Date, Cover, News, Career Mode, Gameplay, Cross-Platform, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch And Everything You Need To Know

FIFA 22 will require a significant amount of space to download.

Thanks to PlayStation Game Size, they revealed that without the day one patch, gamers will need 51.909 GB of memory to install FIFA 22.

Bear in mind that this is specifically for PS5 and could differ for PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC but will be released on all platforms on the same day. They added that FIFA 22 can be pre-loaded from 25th September

We did indeed suspect that FIFA 22 would surpass 50 GB but whether it is worth it, remains to be seen. 

That being said, millions around the world will flock with their nearest gaming retailer or head online to get their hands on this latest edition - regardless of what the critics might think of it.

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