FIFA 22: new gameplay is coming

EA has just announced that the first official FIFA 22 gameplay will be released shortly. Here are the details on the highly anticipated reveal

Football is really coming home (as they say these days) on next generation consoles (and more). Many are eager to see with their eyes once again yet another new iteration of the football-videogame simulation par excellence. Well, mark the date on the calendar: the first revelation of the gameplay of FIFA 22 will take place on Tuesday July 20 at 19:00. Let’s see all the details about it in the next lines of this article.

FIFA 22: what to expect from the first gameplay of the game?

According to the description that YouTube proposes of the highly anticipated reveal of the first gameplay of FIFA 22, the same will arrive accompanied by a ‘interview rather full-bodied with the development team while the new features of the new chapter of the historical saga are explained, including its technology HyperMotion, which uses machine learning to improve the realism of the game.

FIFA 22: new gameplay is coming

EA officially announced FIFA 22 earlier this month. As this is an annual sports franchise, it wasn’t a huge surprise, but it did give us some interesting details about what this new entry will bring to fans’ homes. Kylian Mbapp√© of Paris Saint-Germain will be the cover star of the game for the second consecutive year, an honor that also received Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo (here you can read the comments of the player last year).

The announcement also dwelt heavily on the game’s HyperMotion technology, which will only be available on PS5, Xbox Series X | S and Stadia. To create HyperMotion, EA performed motion capture on 22 professional footballers and will use machine learning tools to create new animations in real time. The game will also feature a completely rebuilt goalkeeper system, in addition to the usual modes and teams you would expect from a new wntry in the saga, such as Ultimate Team.

Madden 22 was also revealed recently and it looks like some of its new features will be exclusive to next-gen consoles as well, so it looks like this will be a trend for sports games in the near future.

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