While Konami and eFootball are raising concerns for players, Electronic Arts is trying to reassure everyone with some good news. After having unveiled the game last month with the first visuals and the first gameplay video, EA Sports is now revealing the first information about the new Career mode. Could this be the year of renewal with FIFA 22?

Create your own club in FIFA 22

On the official FIFA 22 website, Electronic Arts has revealed some information about the new career mode. Alex Constantinescu, the senior designer of the game announced that it will be possible to create your own team in the manager mode (the career of a coach). You will be able to choose the name of the club, the name of the commentary, the league and the rival club, then customize its equipment, crest and stadium.

EA Sports has taken inspiration from FIFA Ultimate Team (especially for the creation of the stadium) to offer it in career mode. So, to customize your club and its stadium you’ll be able to change the base color, the color of the seats, the pattern of the field, the shape of the net, the goal songs, the crowd chants and the breakaway anthems. Interestingly, it will also be possible to apply these changes to existing clubs that don’t have their own licensed stadium.

For the rest, EA Sports will enhance and improve the features already present. The rookie players of your newly created club will be automatically generated with their overall rating, average age, as well as their starting transfer budget. The player growth system is improved with experience gained through matches, training sessions or loans to other clubs. It will then be possible to spend this experience in a skill tree.

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A small novelty that could bring a little freshness in this FIFA 22. The game is still expected to be released on October 1st 2021 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S , Xbox One, PC and Stadia.

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