Plenty of changes are set to arrive on FIFA 22 and it looks like this will apply to Pro Clubs too!
EA added some extra custom options on FIFA 21, but we want more from a mode that promises so much.
So, check out everything we know so far about FIFA 22 Pro Clubs below.
Latest News - Watch official gameplay reveal
The developers took us through Hypermotion Technology and what it is bringing to Next Gen consoles this year.
The event took place on Tuesday, 20 July at 1pm ET / 6pm BST.
Full Pro Clubs Reveal Coming Soon
All we know about Pro Clubs in FIFA 22 so far is what EA has stated on their website.
"With new customisation options to make your club stand out in the stands and on the pitch, a new player growth system that puts you in control of your Virtual Pro’s development, and streamlined social play that makes it easier than ever to find your next game, it’s time to get the squad together for a new season of Pro Clubs."
We don't know what any of this will look like in practice, but we can't wait to find out with a full Pro Clubs reveal coming soon, likely next month.
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.
FIFA 21 Pro Clubs
We did see some new features introduced on FIFA 21 Pro Clubs, with customisation the key.
Being able to create your own custom AI players is a nice touch, but once that has been done there is actually little else to shout about.
Extra control over your tactics was also introduced, with up to five pre-set tactics now available.
What EA adds to the game in FIFA 22 Pro Clubs we will have to wait and see.
Will we see crossplay introduced on FIFA 22? Currently, we can only play Pro Clubs on the same consoles.
For those of us lucky enough to have secured a next-gen console you can currently play with your friends on the current-gen consoles, but only by playing the current-gen version of FIFA.
We hope to experience the full power of next-gen gaming whilst also being able to play with players using current-gen consoles.
Cross-platform may be a stretch for this FIFA, but we can still hope.
We want more. For starters, the formation bug this year highlighted the neglect from EA towards the game mode. It took far too long for this bug to be fixed despite the problem being so trivial.
In the actual game mode itself, we would love to see more competition in both cup competitions and in league matches.
What’s after Division 1? Once that has been won the game falls flat for your club. Some more variation and meaning to the competitions would be great.
More club detail, including images of success to be accessible, would also be a nice touch, as well as some more in-depth stats.
FIFA 22 Trailer
The official FIFA 22 trailer has finally been revealed!
The reveal trailer has got fans hyped for the upcoming release, featuring cover star Kylian Mbappe, along with top talents Trent Alexander-Arnold and Christian Pulisic.
The trailer gives us an idea of how EA will Hypermotion Technology to implement real-life player movements into FIFA 22 gameplay.