Here's all the latest news on the replacement on the Pro Evo franchise.
Latest - Is it here?
The official release time may have been revealed for eFootball 2022.
With release coming 24 hours from this tweet, it looks like the game will arrive at 12:30pm ET / 5:30pm BST - but it looks as if the game is already live looking at the PS Store.
eFootball 2022 will launch on Thursday, 30 September 2021.
This is just one day before the full launch of EA Sports' next release, FIFA 22.
What to expect
At the time of the original release, we are expecting eFootball 2022 to be VERY basic.
You can expect eFootball 2022 to be like a Demo when it first comes out, with exhibition matches likely to be the only game mode available to play.
Judging from the image above, most game modes will not be arriving on eFootball 2022 until Thursday 11 November, whilst MyClub will be dropping even later, on Thursday, 18 November.
We now know Master League will be made available via an optional paid DLC, but the date of the popular game mode's arrival is not yet confirmed.
You can watch the official eFootball 2022 gameplay trailer below:
There's plenty to get excited about here with a six-minute long video to tuck into!
One thing which has caught the eye is the new smart camera, which will give you better a better view for one-on-one situations.
We've compiled some of the key new features from the gameplay trailer below.
Controlling the ball touch
"Players will be able to control the strength of kicking the ball as well as determining dribbling speed; from a knock-on all the way to a full dash, just as in real football.
"In addition, on PlayStation 5, eFootball will make use of the controller’s haptic feedback and adaptive triggers to feel the difference of player movements."
Tricking the defender
"With greater freedom to control how the player will trap the ball, each play becomes a mind game. A wide array of dribbles and body feints are also available with intuitive commands.
"In combination, these ensure that every single duel offers an exciting moment for both attacker and defender."
Steal the ball and create chances
"Players can block their opponent's shot by throwing their body or by reading the kick and cutting the pass.
"Naturally, stealing the ball close to the opponent’s goal creates an excellent scoring opportunity."
For loads more information on the new features coming to eFootball, head here.