FIFA 22 is coming to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, according to a new listing spotted online by gamers.
The good news for footy fans is that FIFA 22 looks scheduled to arrive as part of the premium service next month.
And having been announced for PlayStation Plus earlier this week, it sounds like the game is about to receive a surge of fresh players.
Is FIFA 22 Coming To Xbox Game Pass Ultimate?
According to a new listing spotted by gamers online, FIFA 22 is coming to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate as part of the ongoing EA Play deal. This means that if the reports are correct, only those with the premium version of the subscription service will have access. EA Play games are only available to those who have XGP Ultimate, so other gamers will miss out on the new deal.
According to IdleSloth on Twitter, FIFA 22 is coming to Xbox Game Pass on Thursday, May 5, 2022. And it should also be noted that this remains a leak, for now, meaning that everyone should take it with a pinch of salt until we learn more official news from EA or Microsoft.
Other games in the FIFA library have been made available via Game Pass Ultimate in the past, so it wouldn’t be shocking to see the same event play out in 2022. And as noted above, FIFA 22 is also coming to PS Plus subscribers next week, meaning the game will be free on a rival subscription service.
For those on PS4 and PS5, FIFA 22 will become available to download for free on Tuesday, May 3, 2022. You will need an active PlayStation Plus subscription to complete the download, and the game will only remain accessible for as long as you stay subscribed. And if this latest report proves correct, FIFA 22 could be about to get a ton of fresh players who will have access to Ultimate Team modes.
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