We can’t wait for FIFA 22 later in the year, and there will undoubtedly be various different editions of the game made available.
This year we had the Standard, Champions, and Ultimate editions all coming with their own prices and perks.
Find out more below.
Latest news - Online Career Mode
It looks like we could have our first new feature revealed ahead of FIFA 22 after a job description on EA's site mentions an 'online Career Mode'.
The classic game mode has needed a revamp for some time now to try and keep up with the popularity of Ultimate Team, and this could be it.
This could have significant bearing on what edition you should go for too as we have seen Career Mode perks in previous years.
Take a look at what could come in a potential FIFA 22 Online Career Mode.
With the game still months away, there is no official release date yet for FIFA 22.
We anticipate the release of FIFA 22 to be mid-to-late September, with no delay like we saw this year.
EA Play Live date confirmed
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.
As we mentioned above, the release date is yet to be confirmed so any pre-orders are a little way off yet.
Pre-orders are the best way to guarantee your copy of the game upon release, and they can also come with some free in-game gifts.
Keep an eye out in the coming months for more news on FIFA 22 pre-orders.
As you’d expect, the standard edition of the game is the cheapest and comes with the least in-game perks.
We expect the standard edition of FIFA 22 to cost £49.99 on current gen consoles, and up to £59.99 on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.
The middle option for FIFA, the FIFA 21 Champions edition cost £69.99, with it slightly more expensive on digital stores.
This year saw 12 rare gold packs thrown into the bundle, along with other Ultimate Team perks and homegrown talents on Career Mode.
The Ultimate Edition is the most expensive of the three options, but it does usually come with some great add-ons which can be great for Ultimate Team and Career Mode fans alike.
With Ultimate Team packs and Career Mode wonderkids on offer, the Ultimate Edition will likely cost a minimum of £79.99.
PSG and France superstar Kylian Mbappe was the exclusive cover star on FIFA 21, fronting up all three editions of the game.
We also saw David Beckham on the cover for a brief period to celebrate his addition to the Icon ranks on Ultimate Team.
Mbappe is the obvious choice for FIFA 22 cover star, but will he take all three covers for himself again?
If EA do opt for some new faces, their roster of FIFA Next Ambassadors is the first place to look.
Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold, Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland and Atletico Madrid’s Joao Felix would all be great options.