Fans are getting very excited ahead of FIFA 22, following a number of reveals so far this summer.
Fans expected big things from EA Play Live - so here's all the details.
Two more FUT Heroes revealed
EA has revealed the latest FUT Heroes to join the FIFA 22 roster during the pre-show at EA Play Live.
First up, it's former Borussia Dortmund midfielder Lars Ricken!
Ricken is one of the heroes of the Borussia Dortmund team that won the 1997 UEFA Champions League, having scored just 16 seconds after being subbed on in the final.
Next up, we have Manchester United striker turned manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer!
Ole won the Premier League and Champions League with Man Utd, scoring some crucial goals along the way.
Read more about FIFA 22's new FUT heroes here.
One and done
Given FIFA 22 has already had a reveal this week, and a further two earlier this month - it's hard to predict what EA will give us this time.
Unfortunately, it was very little with the FIFA 22 content finished in the pre-show!
We expected the reveal to focus on either Ultimate Team - with very little info released so far - or Career Mode - with Create-a-Club and a new Player Career getting fans excited, but we will have to wait a bit longer for that.
EA Play Live
EA Play Live took place on Thursday, 22 July and you can watch the full event below.
Electronic Arts revealed the official date on Twitter and it also confirms that the event will run separately to E3.
FIFA 22 Gameplay Reveal
The FIFA 22 Spotlight Series showcase went live on Tuesday, 20 July, and showed off Hypermotion technology.
Career Mode received its largest update in years last time around, but players will be expecting more changes again this year.
Once again we have put together a FIFA 22 Career Mode wishlist, and some of these features could be epic when the game is released later in the year.
One thing that has been confirmed is Create-a-Club, which will revolutionise the mode, and allow you to build your club from scratch.
As for Ultimate Team, we haven't seen a great deal announced for this year.
22 FUT Heroes are on the way to celebrate cult figures from leagues around the world, whilst Division Rivals and FUT Champions are getting a revamp.
It is believed FUT Champions is being reduced to 20 games at the weekend, and there will be opportunities to analyse your stats and learn from your in-game mistakes.
We have compiled a list of seven things we want to see on FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, but we will have to wait for its own reveal to see if any do arrive.