Electronic Arts are all set to release FIFA 22 next month and ahead of its launch, they have highlighted how the game will take advantage of PlayStation 5’s next-generation hardware.
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An immersive FIFA 22 experience
In FIFA 22, players will experience the realness of a player’s stamina and the effects of a tackle or hitting the ball on the crossbar through vibrations that are caused by DualSense Controller’s adaptive triggers and haptic feedback features.
In the PlayStation blog post, Jon Cole, “This year we’re taking it even further, adding in haptic feedback that replicates the feeling of the ball hitting the back of the net – mimicking the power of the strike and the tension of the net – to deepen the sensation of scoring a goal in FIFA 22. So when you bury one into the top corner from outside the box to win the title for your Pro Clubs squad, you’ll feel it in your palms as the crowd erupts in the stands and the celebrations begin on the pitch.”
The game also includes 3D Audio through which players can hear everything from whistles to banging drums, up close. There are tons of other features for FIFA 22 that will make you want to get your hands on the game as soon as possible. This time around, FIFA will also see teams from the Indian Super League championship.
HyperMotion technology makes it even more realistic
When the game got a reveal trailer, EA showcased HyperMotion technology that combined machine learning and 11v11 Match Capture feature to give a realistic gameplay experience.
FIFA 22 release date
FIFA 22 is scheduled to release on October 1, 2021, for PC (Steam and Origin), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Stadia. It is already up for pre-orders.