So, check out all the trailer below, along with the latest news on the official release of EA's next title.
Latest news - Major changes coming in 2022
In-game purchases are how the money is made, and now it looks like EA will look to cash in on the trend.
Konami has recently revealed that eFootball (formerly known as PES) will be free to play, with optional DLC purchases available for offline game modes.
It looks like EA may join in the free-to-play and crossplay action, so check it out.
The release date for EA's upcoming title has finally been revealed!
After months of speculation, EA has officially announced that FIFA 22 will be released on Friday, 1 October 2021.
Pre-ordering FIFA 22 can get you up to four days of early access too, so don't miss out.
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 implement real-life player movements into FIFA 22 gameplay.
EA Play Live Showcase
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.
As ever, there will be several different ways to get your hands on the game early.
If you are an Ultimate Team fan, then the FUT Web & Companion App is usually released before the full game and allows you to take charge of your club early.
Other ways of getting early access to FIFA 22 include pre-orders, demo, beta testing, and buying certain editions of the game.
This will be the first FIFA game specifically optimized for the next-gen consoles PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.
We can’t wait for the new game to arrive, and we have already been treated to some of the ‘next level’ graphics.
The game will also be released on PS4 and Xbox One too and will continue to be available on these consoles for some time.
FIFA 22 will also likely be available on PC Windows (Steam), Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadia platforms.
There was no demo for FIFA 21, but we expect a demo to be released ahead of FIFA 22.
While the demo is rarely anything like the full game, it can still give an idea of the gameplay and graphics.
There will likely be a handful of teams available to use, usually made up from official partners of the game.
Find out more about the FIFA 22 demo here.
FIFA 21 had the Standard, Champions and Ultimate editions all coming with their own prices and perks.
However, it looks like we could have just two editions this time around with the Champions Edition excluded.
You can buy all editions of FIFA 22 from Amazon right here.
The Legacy Edition on Nintendo Switch costs £34.99 / $39.99.
The Standard Edition on PC costs £54.99.
The Standard Edition on PS4 and Xbox One costs £59.99 / $59.99.
The Standard Edition on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S costs £69.99 / $69.99.
The Ultimate Edition on PlayStation Xbox consoles, featuring Dual Entitlement, costs £89.99 / $99.99.