Electronic Arts is showing the first trailer for FIFA 22. In the video below, the publisher puts the new, next-generation HyperMotion technology in the spotlight, which is supposed to provide a more realistic gaming experience. “With the power of HyperMotion, FIFA 22 combines highly advanced 11v11 capture with its own machine learning technology, thus enabling the most realistic, most responsive, most fluid and intuitive football gaming experience possible on next-generation consoles and on Google Stadia EA promises.
This technology enables motion capture for entire teams, so that realistic player movements lead to every game situation. The publisher continues: “EA’s machine learning algorithm also learns from more than 8.7 million frames with advanced capture and writes new animations in real time. The result is organic football movements in the most diverse interactions on the field. HyperMotion changes these movements players with and without the ball, No matter if it is a shot, pass, cross or receiving the ball.”
FIFA 22 (Buy now €59.99 ) The developers are also announcing new features “in other areas of play” as well as modes such as Career Mode, Volta, Pro Clubs, and Ultimate Team. In Career Mode there is now the possibility to create your own club, while Volta’s gameplay has been “redesigned”. On the other hand, in FIFA Ultimate Team, heroes gathered for the first time in FIFA 22, which is supposed to reflect the stories and legends of some cult players. EA plans to reveal more information about the new features over the summer. The date could be July 22 – in line with this year’s EA Play event.
FIFA 22 comes with over 17,000 players, over 70 teams, over 90 stadiums, and over 30 leagues. There are also competitions such as the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, the new UEFA Europa Conference League, Premier League, Bundesliga, LaLiga Santander and more. The new kicker simulator can be pre-ordered at EA.com. From August 11 to Most Expensive Final Edition (€99.99) You will receive a redeemable FUT Heroes player item starting December 1st. There’s also Early Access, FIFA Points, and more. FIFA 22 is scheduled for release on October 1. It will be released on PC, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, and Stadia. An older version reduced in scope has been released for the Nintendo Switch.
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