In addition to improving gameplay on the field, FIFA 22 is making some changes to Player Career Mode and more.
EA Sports wants to make some important improvements with FIFA 22. Since the announcement of the new game from the franchise, details of the gameplay improvements on the field have been announced, and the developer has announced more details. In addition to the improvements in Career Mode, new information has been announced about the changes in Player Career Mode.
In player career mode, players can now be substituted in in the middle of a match. There is also a new manager rating system that regulates how the manager of your own team rates you. If you meet your goals and play well, your rating will improve so that you can move up from being on the bench to being in the starting XI. Without a lasting impression, there is no longer playing time. The requirements to get more time on the field vary depending on the quality of the rest of the squad, ie the better the squad, the better you have to play to get playing time.
The game objectives have also been revised. Each game presents you with new goals that differ depending on your position in the game, the quality of the team you are playing against and the formations of both teams.
Major changes are also being made to the progression of the game. Player growth for created players is now based on the accumulation of experience points and leveling up, which is influenced by training, the achievement of game objectives and the acquisition of game rewards. Leveling up rewards you with skill points, which you can use to unlock attribute improvements in branching skill trees.
In addition, there is also a new perk system in which different perks are available in four categories: attack, defense, goalkeeper and exploitation of chances. You can equip three perks at a time.
There will also be new dressing room cutscenes in Player Career Mode, which will change depending on the outcome of the game. For example, if your team loses the game but you are named Man of the Game, the inconvenience in the locker room results and is reflected in the cutscenes.
FIFA 22 will be released on October 1, 2021 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X / S, Stadia, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.