We're finally starting to get major details about FIFA 22 as EA Play Live looms later this month.
So, check out what we know about FIFA 22 on PlayStation 5 below.
Latest News - Story Mode x Career Mode
Following three years of The Journey, a Story Mode continued in the FIFA titles over the last two years in Volta Football - but what about for FIFA 22?
Well, it looks like that Story Mode could be arriving in Career Mode.
This leak has come from @FUTZONECENTRAL, and perhaps would work in the same way that the Press Conferences and post-match interviews work currently, giving you options to speak to your players before the big game.
This has been a feature in the Pro Evo franchise since PES 2019's Master League, which has been immensely popular with fans.
Master League marries a Manager Mode and Story Mode perfectly, with "chapters" coming along in your journey, usually focused on derby fixtures, cup runs and European glory.
Unsurprisingly there has been no word on when FIFA 22 will officially be released, but we can have a pretty accurate guess.
FIFA 22 will likely be released between Friday, 24 September and Friday, 8 October, 2021, judging by the release in previous years.
EA Play Live
Get it in your diaries folks, EA Play Live will arrive on Thursday, 22 July.
Electronic Arts revealed the official date on Twitter and it also confirms that the event will run separately to E3 2021.
E3 2021 will begin a month earlier on Saturday, 12 June, and end on Tuesday, 15 June.
You will be able to watch on a live stream on various social channels, and at the very least we should get a first look at the FIFA 22 trailer.
FIFA 22 on PlayStation 5
By the time FIFA 22 is released, many of us will be playing on Next Gen consoles... hopefully.
FIFA 22 on PS5 could bring us the most realistic esports game ever.
With enhanced graphics and meticulous attention to detail, will we even know the difference between watching FIFA and real-life football?
FIFA 22 Next Gen Demo
FIFA 22 Demo release is expected to be available from 15th September 2021 for Playstation 5, Playstation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC.
FIFA 22 Demo version will be free and it is predicted that EA releases two versions of the demo, one for the next-gen consoles and one for the current-gen consoles and PC.
Next Gen consoles, PS5 and Xbox Series X are out now, although stock has been difficult to come by!
Any Demo for FIFA 22 should be available on all consoles by the time the new game comes around.
The Next Gen versions did not have their own copy of FIFA 21, but this could change ahead of FIFA 22 on PS5 or Xbox Series X.
What we'd like to see from FIFA 22 on PS5
Here's our wishlist for FIFA 22 on the PlayStation 5.
Improved Defensive mechanism:
In FIFA 21, attacking and striking felt fantastic, offering perhaps some of the tightest gameplay we’ve ever seen in that area.
Unfortunately, the game’s defensive options left a lot to be desired. The system is more than showing its age at this point, and perhaps a full defensive overhaul should be on the cards for FIFA 22.
EA have made dispossessing attackers was much tougher than it needs to be, with groups of defenders struggling to handle a single attacking player.
Consequently, the improvements to attacking greatly overshadowed the stale defending mechanics, which often led to unbalanced matches.
Ultimate Team Adjustments:
Co-op functionality has been added to Ultimate Team, however, it is tied to the single player experience, which provides another avenue of imbalance, as solo players could very easily be matched up with more than one player acting as their opponent.
A fully dedicated co-op mode would work wonders here, so you know you're playing 2 vs 2.
It would be great if FIFA 22 allowed the use of co-op in FUT Champions, allowing casual players to enjoy their 30 Weekend League Games with friend.