This will be the first fully-optimised version of the game for Next-Gen consoles, the expectation is understandably high.
Find out all you need to know about EA's latest edition of FIFA, including release dates, news, new features, and more below.
Latest news - 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.
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.
There was no demo for FIFA 21, but we are sure that EA will release one this year ahead of FIFA 22 on PS4 and PS5.
News on this could come soon as the demo will come out a month or so before the full game.
Find out more about the FIFA 22 Demo.
PS4 vs PS5
There have been real struggles for many people to get their hands on the PS5, and there are no signs that the stocking issues will be sorted soon.
This means that a large number of FIFA fans will likely still be playing on PS4 when FIFA 22 is released, increasing the chances of EA releasing a previous-gen version of the game.
However, FIFA 22 on PS5 could bring us the most realistic esports game ever with the enhanced graphic capabilities.
With enhanced graphics and meticulous attention to detail, will we even know the difference between watching FIFA and real-life football?
Throw in the rapid loading times and FIFA 22 on PS5 could be incredible.
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 PS4, and up to £59.99 on PS5.
The Ultimate Edition is the most expensive of the three options and will likely cost a minimum of £79.99.
The next-gen versions of each edition will likely add an extra £10 to the price.