EA Sports is approaching the release of the mobile version of FIFA 22, with the beta starting on November 22 – but it’s not playable in Germany.
FIFA 22 Mobile is in beta – at least in India, Romania and Canada.
Like many other developers, EA Sports wants to focus more on mobile gamers in the future; It looks like the future of gaming is happening on smartphones. On Tuesday night, the beta was made available to Android users via the Google Play Store, but the pre-release version is regionally limited to players in India, Romania and Canada.
In Germany, FIFA fans have to rely on votes from these three countries for the time being – and the response so far has been surprisingly positive. The relationship between the FIFA series and its supporters has always been the closest to being a love-hate relationship, and the loyal community almost always finds legitimate criticism. As for the mobile version, she appears to be kind at first.
FUT is in process, release date still open
The consensus period testifies to decent graphic elements and a good functionality of the game mechanics, but there are other voices that predict new problems for the post-release period. First, though, EA SPORTS can enjoy positive feedback and eliminate some of the sources of error discovered. A release date has yet to be determined, but the full version will also be available in Germany.
Of course FIFA 22 is expected to be separated, which cannot be compared with the console version. Nevertheless, smartphone players can also look forward to the popular FUT mode, Ultimate Team is live from November 18th. In addition, the developer integrates four game modes: in “head to head”, attack positions must be played from your own team in order to earn rewards.
In “Campaign Mode” you can compete against opponents from all over the world, with the second mode providing for two halves every two minutes. Lastly, there will be time-limited events with unique prizes – sort of promos. The first testers to certify FIFA 22’s mobile offshoot has made significant progress compared to its predecessors, the final release will bring certainty.
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