However, it's time to look ahead to EA's next instalment in the franchise - FIFA 23.
Find out when you can get your hands on the new game right here.
With the next game such a long way off we won’t see an official release date for many months, but we always have a rough idea of when the game will arrive.
FIFA 22 was fully launched on Friday, 1 October 2021, so if EA follows the same trend, then Friday, 30 September 2022 could be our release date next year.
This would mean early access for pre-orders from Tuesday, 27 September for those who buy the Ultimate Edition of the game.
The 10-hour EA Play trial usually offers players a limited number of hours of gaming too and goes live even earlier than pre-orders so expect to see that around a week before the full launch.
Will there be a FIFA 23 Demo?
EA has not yet confirmed whether we'll be getting a FIFA 23 Demo this year, but we can have a pretty good guess by judging off of what was released for FIFA 22.
There was no free FIFA 22 Demo to download on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, or PC.
Instead, EA provided fans with 10-hour and 20-hour trials, courtesy of their EA Play app.
We expect the same to be the case for FIFA 23, which means you will be able to access the full game for both time limits, but you will also need to pay a small fee to enjoy it.
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