EA does not just provide Madden NFL players an upgrade if they play on next generation consoles. The published has unveiled FIFA 22, and the centerpiece is a new “HyperMotion” system that reportedly provides more realistic animation and play when playing on a PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X / S or Google Stadium. The technology uses machine learning to produce real-time animations, leading to more “organic” movement. HyperMotion also lets EA capture the movement of professional football players (aka football) competing at full tilt, including superstars like Paris Saint-Germain’s Kylian Mbappé.
The game will also be available for PS4, Xbox One and PC (via Origin and Steam). ONE FIFA 22 Legacy Edition comes to the Nintendo Switch, although EA did not outline differences.
Fortunately, there are other significant changes regardless of which platform you use. EA has hinted at a “complete”
FIFA 22 will be released on October 1 for all supported platforms.
As with Madden, it’s clear that EA is not quite ready to release support for previous generation consoles. This is not surprising given both the larger player base and the lack that limits the number of PS5 and Xbox series owners. However, it is clear that the gaming giant wants to offer a strong incentive to play on newer machines. Do not be surprised FIFA 23 cutter of PS4 and Xbox One players.
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