With the official FIFA 22 reveal trailer having been revealed, and EA Play Live coming up soon, a huge focus is on the brand new Hypermotion Technology.
It does leave us asking, what is Hypermotion Technology in FIFA 22?
Latest - FIFA 22 set to showcase Hypermotion Technology at EA Play Live
It looks like FIFA 22 will have its own showcase two days before EA Play Live.
The official FIFA 22 stream will go live at 1pm ET / 6pm BST on Tuesday, 20 July.
The stream is set to showcase Next Gen Gameplay featuring the new Hypermotion technology.
What Is Hypermotion Technology In FIFA 22?
Hypermotion Technology is a brand new way of capturing the real-life traits of players to translate them into FIFA 22.
In the FIFA 22 trailer, players like Kylian Mbappé, Trent ALexander-Arnold and Son Heung-Min wearing slick new body capture suits.
They take to the field and we see cuts between in-game and real-life play to see how effective the Hypermotion Technology is. It's clear that Hypermotion Technology in FIFA 22 is going to take the realism of the game to the next level.
The main improvements to FIFA over previous years has been to take the realism to the next level so that players in-game act exacly how they do in real life.
While we're sure not every player will undergo performance capture, the data EA obtain can be used to make improvements to the entire game.
Will Hypermotion Technology Be In FIFA 22 On Xbox One and PS4?
No, the Hypermotion Technology in FIFA 22 will only feature in the PS5, Xbox Series X/S and Stadia versions of the game.
The previous-gen versions of the game will run under a different engine more in line with that of FIFA 21. It's curious that the PC version of FIFA 22 will not contain Hypermotion Technology, but PC players should be used to being an afterthought by now.