This year’s FIFA games are just around the corner, and with them, a new-look gameplay trailer that’ll give you a first taste of what’s to come. The trailer is hosted by EA Sports’ Peter Rosin, who this year will be working alongside FIFA developer EA Canada on the new title.

We’ve finally got our hands on a gameplay trailer for EA Sports latest soccer game, FIFA 22. View this gameplay trailer to see how the new PES Pro-style controls work in FIFA 22, and to check out some of the game’s new features. Screen shots from the gameplay trailer:

FIFA 19 was the most popular EA Sports game in the United Kingdom and Canada last year, and a new trailer for FIFA 20 is the fastest-watch FIFA trailer to date. Check out the new trailer above to learn more about FIFA 20!

FIFA-22-Gamers-Heroes With the official gameplay video for EA Sports’ FIFA 22, you can see the game’s HyperMotion Technology in action.

HyperMotion technology, which is included in the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and Google Stadia editions of the game, is based on more than 8.7 million frames of sophisticated match capture. It then creates organic football realism on the field by writing new animations in real time.

All 22 participants in the championship will wear Xsens suits that will record every touch, tackle, sprint, and battle. There will be almost 4,000 new animations in all, each of which will improve the intensity, reactivity, and physicality of the game.

With its 11v11 Match Capture, it will also have new off-ball player animations and ambient behavior. Players will be able to hear opponents point, speak, and guide each other depending on the activity, and locomotion will be adjusted to reflect the urgency of the players.

Watch the trailer below to see it in action:

Official Gameplay Trailer for FIFA 22

On October 1, 2021, FIFA 22 will be released. It will also be available on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as well as the PC.

FIFA 22 Gameplay Trailer Released

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With the official gameplay video for EA Sports’ FIFA 22, you can see the game’s HyperMotion Technology in action.

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No matter what leagues you play, you always have to have the real-life football on the go. If you are a fan of football or even football games, you know that FIFA is the key. The FIFA World Cup is one of the most anticipated sporting events in the world. The FIFA World Cup is widely followed by millions of football fans.. Read more about fifa 22 new features and let us know what you think.

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