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NHL 22 Gameplay Trailer Arrives Tomorrow at 11:00 AM ET

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NHL 22 Gameplay Trailer Arrives Tomorrow at 11:00 AM ET

EA has announced their NHL 22 gameplay trailer will be released on Thursday. We’ll most likely get a press release or gameplay blog to go along with it. Just wanted to give everyone a heads up.

Last week the team released their reveal trailer, confirmed its move to the Frostbite Engine and added Superstar X-Factors to the game.

UPDATE: (8-25) Just a reminder. The NHL 22 gameplay trailer arrives tomorrow at 11:00 AM ET.

For the first time ever, the Frostbite engine comes to the EA SPORTS NHL franchise, making NHL 22 the biggest leap forward in graphics and gameplay in franchise history. Players will be brought to life via overhauled player likeness, cloth animations and uniform micro-details, all delivered in higher resolution to make every stitch visible. Alongside these advancements will come enhanced spatial awareness for players to track and react to the world around them.

In addition to enhanced player detail and visual fidelity, on-ice gameplay will see an upgrade as well with new physically accurate stick interactions, just one of many gameplay improvements coming to NHL 22. The frostbite engine will be utilized on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5.

Superstars will distinctly feel like their real-life counterparts in NHL 22 with the introduction of Superstar X-Factors, a game-changing system that unleashes unique abilities for the best players in the game, with traits inspired by their individual real-world skills. Superstar X-Factors bring two key elements to help elevate hockey’s elite and break them away from the pack: Zone Abilities and Superstar Abilities. Zone Abilities bring game-breaking enhancements to the best players, while Superstar Abilities represent upper echelon skills reserved for athletes playing at the next level.

Players like Edmonton Oilers Forward Leon Draisaitl, whose “Tape to Tape” ability reflects his elite core passing; or Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy’s “Contortionist” X-factor that boosts his ability to make wild, body-twisting saves with ease will make a profound impact on NHL 22 gameplay. Superstar X-Factors not only bring new facets to gameplay but also add new dimensions to Franchise Mode, Be A Pro, Hockey Ultimate Team and World of Chel.

In the coming weeks more will be shared on the World of CHEL, Hockey Ultimate Team, Be A Pro and Franchise modes, as well as some long-requested community features.

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  1. Fiddy
    Fresh coat of paint, some things brought back to customize your chel player from NHL 14 etc.
    UGH and I will buy it day 1. LOL

    Me too.. I need counseling. If I didn't have an XSX I probably would wait.
    It's the same game, with fresh coat of paint (x-factors). We're not getting anything different, guys.
    All we can really expect is that they: A) Slow the game down B) Fix the AI C) Make the defense and goaltending better
    VeNOM3099
    It's the same game, with fresh coat of paint (x-factors). We're not getting anything different, guys.
    All we can really expect is that they: A) Slow the game down B) Fix the AI C) Make the defense and goaltending better

    I think we might've gotten A...tough to tell from the 30 seconds of gameplay they actually showed, but we definitely didn't get B or C.

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