FIFA 2022 Mobile Season: What It Has in Store for Us
Today Electronic Arts has launched the New FIFA Mobile Season 2022, which brings players a whole lot of new modifications, exciting features, and other content. FIFA 2022 Mobile is not a separate application, only a new large patch that all FIFA Mobile users will have to download in order to use the application.
The new season is going to be free to download for both iOS and Android platforms. It will provide players with more game mechanics and new in-app purchases that can improve the gameplay experience.
What's New in FIFA 2022 Mobile?
First of all, FIFA Mobile will transfer all your FIFA Points to the new season alongside with “Now and later” players and points. Kits, emotes, and logos of players will also remain the same. All the other data will be reset, so you need to prepare yourself for starting the game from scratch.
As a bonus, developers provided their players with new servers, so now there is a bigger chance you will be able to play the game without any Internet troubles. Due to region separation, leaderboards, MM (matchmaking), and leagues are coming separately.
Besides the regions, EA has updated the AI, which will make it more difficult and exciting to play the game. Now the bot tactics are going to be more complicated. The new player training system has also been implemented into the game alongside with a few more abilities. One of the most valuable ones is an Explosive Sprint, which you can also practice in the game.
FIFA Mobile 2022 provides players with some updates and diversified mechanics, as well as new skills and abilities. You will also be able to browse the list of store packs and upgrade your team. One important feature that has not been added is VAR. Hopefully, developers will provide players with such mechanics in future updates. What do you think about the FIFA Mobile 2022 update? Does it intrigue you to play it? Do not forget to share FIFA 2022 Mobile news with your friends!
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