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FIFA 22 Ultimate Team Details and Trailer Revealed

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FIFA 22 Ultimate Team Details and Trailer Revealed

EA has revealed FIFA 22 Ultimate Team details and a new trailer today in the latest Pitch Notes. FUT lead producer, Mike Barnucz, goes over the significant updates for the mode, as well as some of the smaller ones the hardcore fans will appreciate.

Division Rivals, which is the most popular mode in FUT has been overhauled with a new seasonal progression system and Elite Division.

  • Provide more transparent progression so you know where you stand in a Division and what you need to do to earn promotion and rewards.
  • Reduce weekly match requirements and provide new ways to earn rewards for playing at the level you’re comfortable with.
  • Create a competitive environment for top players with the new Elite Division and leaderboard.
  • Keep the Division Rivals experience feeling fresh throughout the year with the introduction of Seasons.

The Pitch Notes has more details on Division Rivals, as well as FUT Champions, co-op public matchmaking, player item views, gameplay settings, stadium customization, FUT Heroes and more.

Make sure to watch the new FIFA 22 Ultimate Team trailer and keep an eye out for KG’s breakdown later in the week.

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  1. I started getting into FUT around FIFA 17. Every year I would play further and further into the cycle. FUT Scream the first year, FUTmas the next, and so on.
    They can add all of the best bells and whistles, but if the gameplay is anything close to this year's game, I'm not even going to start it. Even something that has been patched 19(!!!) times* is still unplayable.
    I used to have FOMO and I sympathize with those that do, but it's not worth it, folks. I love the concept behind FUT, I truly do, but I feel like it's kind of jumped the shark and now it's just a sad cash grab. Of course you could say it has been that way for a while, but at least in some previous iterations of the game, the gameplay was at least passable.
    *Yes, I know they aren't all gameplay patches. A AAA game with that many is just baffling to me though.
    electrickeeper
    I started getting into FUT around FIFA 17. Every year I would play further and further into the cycle. FUT Scream the first year, FUTmas the next, and so on.
    They can add all of the best bells and whistles, but if the gameplay is anything close to this year's game, I'm not even going to start it. Even something that has been patched 19(!!!) times* is still unplayable.
    I used to have FOMO and I sympathize with those that do, but it's not worth it, folks. I love the concept behind FUT, I truly do, but I feel like it's kind of jumped the shark and now it's just a sad cash grab. Of course you could say it has been that way for a while, but at least in some previous iterations of the game, the gameplay was at least passable.
    *Yes, I know they aren't all gameplay patches. A AAA game with that many is just baffling to me though.

    Yep, totally agree. Been playing FUT ever since it was first released. Some years barely at all; some years quite a bit. But this past year I gave up just about quicker than ever.
    Hearing from people who've played it, I'm cautiously optimistic. But there's too many better alternatives for how I spend my time that I'll be moving on from it quickly again if gameplay isn't vastly improved. I'm also sick of games that force you to grind - and intentionally exploit FOMO - so it'll be interesting to see if the grind is as bad as it's been...
    so offline FUT seasons never coming back?  that was the only mode I played.  without it i don't play anymore.  I know squads is there but it's meaningless.  at east FUT seasons had progression and a goal.

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