FIFA 22 announces a cross-play test, but not in FUT mode

EA Sports has announced on its official website that FIFA 22 will begin testing cross-play functionality between PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Google Stadia users: “We are looking forward to allowing our players to connect through multiple platforms”, can be read. The cross-play will work in online seasons and friendlieswhich suggests that at least for now there are no plans to make it effective in FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) mode.

“Although we want to allow our players to play with as many friends as possible, we have limited the test to these two modes with the idea of reduce the chances of new issues appearing in the game. We are confident that the game data and the feedback that we harvest in these two modalities will help us to better implement the cross-play in future titles.

How will crossplay be activated?

Once the test goes live, users will be able to turn it on or off from a new widget located in the bottom right of the screen. If you want to play against a friend who has FIFA 22 on another system, just turn on cross-play and add the person to your friends list via the platform or their EA username.

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As for online seasons, you just need to have the option enabled for the game to match you up with a suitable opponent, who can play on your platform or a different one. “Our cross-play test it has no direct impact on the gameplay of FIFA 22”, they have nuanced. “You can think of this test of the cross-play just like another part of the game. When you are matchmade in online seasons, FIFA 22 will take into account users from other platforms as long as you have opted to do so.

FIFA 22 is available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC, Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadia. The game is one of the free titles of May for PS Plus subscribersso it is now possible to download it.

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Fuente | EA