FIFA 22 finally presented itself to the world just a few days ago, effectively showing the first, true next-gen football experience.
The successor of the acclaimed FIFA 21 has in fact immediately shown its claws, waiting for a full reveal scheduled for the EA Play event, scheduled for next July 22nd.
As we have also explained to you on these pages, the game promises to rewrite goalkeepers, AI, animations, and the basic rules of the play system.
This is also due to the fact that users will be able to switch from PS4 to PS5 and from Xbox One to Xbox Series X | S only digitally and only with a more expensive version of FIFA 22.
As for the PC version, EA has now officially clarified that there will be no hardware limit to play FIFA 22.
In a nutshell, this means that the game will be downloadable – and therefore playable – on multiple machines, in an absolutely unrelated way to impositions related to the PC in possession.
The question was in fact emerged a few hours ago after fans had noticed strange words on the page Steam of FIFA 22: “activation limit set in one machine”.
As reported by EA to the Eurogamer.net editorial team, it was a simple error corrected in the race:
We can confirm that there is no one machine limit for FIFA 22 on PC via Steam. This has been reported incorrectly and the restriction has now been removed. We apologize for the confusion and thank our community for noticing the error.
Recall that the cover of the next iteration of FIFA will once again welcome Kylian Mbappé, already a testimonial of the current chapter.
But not only that: do not forget that the presentation of the new edition of the football simulator will follow that of eFootball PES 2022, ready to reveal itself to the world on 21 July.
Finally, FIFA 22 will continue definitely the path set by his predecessor on the fight against racism, as seen in the very good initiative organized by the League Cup.