FIFA 22 has been one of the best editions of EA's flagship titles in recent memory.
As ever, Ultimate Team is the most popular game mode, and you can keep your club in shape on the move with the help of the FUT Web & Companion App.
Here's everything you need to know about the FUT Web App.
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Who will be the face of the Web & Companion App in FIFA 23? Liverpool superstar Trent Alexander-Arnold has been the face of the app for the past two editions, but will he continue this year?
Kylian Mbappe is the cover star on all editions of FIFA 22, and he could stretch his territory into the app as well and complete the set!
Whoever it is will be one of EA's official ambassadors, so it will be one of the world's top young talents.
Read all about the FIFA 23 Web & Companion App.
The FUT Web App went live before the release of the full game on Wednesday, 22 September.
The FUT Companion App for mobile went live on Thursday, 23 September making it even easier to manage your team on the go.
The FIFA 22 Companion App is available on iOS via the App Store, and you can head there now to download it or update the existing app.
They're using the same app as the FIFA 21 Companion, so you'll just need to update the app in order to gain access to the new FIFA 22 version.
What is the FUT Web App?
The FUT Web App allows you to take control of your Ultimate Team on your phone or PC/Laptop.
You can manage your squads, set your tactics, and apply consumables all on the go.
Not only that, but it is also easier to complete Squad Building Challenges too! The layout simplifies the process so if you are grinding through SBCs, this is the way to go.
You can also open packs, buy and sell players on the transfer market and make sure everything in your club is ready to go.
FUT 22 Reveal
FUT Champions has been overhauled and optimised to make it easier to play and fit around your schedule.
There are plenty of new features in this season's game, but the new Featured Team of the Week players is the one we are most excited to see.
To try and keep Team of the Week cards relevant for more of the year, EA has brought in the new feature with an extra bonus upgrade to one player per week.
The base card must be rated 80 OVR or below to qualify for this, and future performance-based cards will use this new rating and add to it.
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