FIFA fans are eagerly awaiting the next installment in the major video game franchise, and many wonder if FIFA 22 will come with a Cross-Platform feature. Here’s what we know.
There is increasingly more news on FIFA 22 as the game’s release draws nearer. Various leaks and info have been coming out from different sources about what features will be in the franchise’s next installment. One of the most discussed is FIFA 22 cross-platform capabilities.
However, a new leak emerged regarding FIFA 23, which suggests that EA will be adding some brand-new features to that game, like Cross-Platform play. Here’s what we know about this feature’s inclusion in FIFA 22.
Is FIFA 22 Cross-Platform?
FIFA data miner DonkTrading posted on Twitter that EA will be implementing the highly requested feature in FIFA 23, which has injected a great deal of hope in players that this popular feature will be available for the community to take advantage of in FIFA 22.
This feature is one of the reasons why Fortnite is so popular, since you can play with your friends on every platform, and it seems that EA might be planning to borrow a few ideas from Epic Games for future FIFA titles.
While Fortnite is a third-person shooter, we doubt that EA would face much trouble implementing it for a football game.
With Apex Legends and its cross-platform play being very popular following its official implementation, it would not be surprising to see EA decide to use this feature in its top-rated sports franchise.
While no official details have been revealed regarding FIFA 22 cross-platform play as of yet, the upcoming EA Play Live 2021 event on Thursday, July 22, would be an excellent opportunity to reveal exciting news like FIFA 22 cross-platform capabilities.
So far, none of the FIFA games have this feature, so that would make for an interesting addition. We’d take this leak with a grain of salt since they haven’t been verified by EA yet.
We’ll keep checking for updates regarding this and will be sure to update this article with more information as soon as it becomes available. For more on FIFA 22, stay tuned to Charlie INTEL.
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