FIFA 22 — out now globally — is EA's first football sim title to cross console generations at launch in eight years. FIFA 21 which got a mid-season next-gen upgrade, but FIFA 22 has been designed for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S/X from scratch. It's got a bunch of new gameplay features, dubbed under the collective “Hypermotion Technology”. I didn't get to try any of them though, because they are not available on PC or PlayStation 4, or the Xbox One version that I played. FIFA 22 is leaving PC users behind for no reason, harkening back to the FIFA 09 years when PC was also given short shrift. But it's worth noting that this is how FIFA 22 will be played by the majority, with PS5 and Series S/X far from being mass market yet due to global chip shortage and supply chain constraints.
|Product Name||Price in India|
|FIFA 22 (Xbox X)||₹ 2,499|
|FIFA 22 (Xbox One)||₹ 2,499|
|FIFA 22 (PS4)||₹ 2,589|
|FIFA 22 (PC)||₹ 2,749|
|FIFA 22 (PS5)||₹ 2,869|
|FIFA 22 (Nintendo Switch)||₹ 3,489|
FIFA 22 price in India starts from ₹ 2,499. The lowest price of FIFA 22 is ₹ 2,499 at Amazon on 18th May 2022.
|Price in India||₹2,499|
|Release date||1st October 2021|
|Platform||Nintendo Switch,PlayStation 4 (PS4),PlayStation 5 (PS5),Stadia,Xbox One,Xbox Series S/X,PC: Windows|
|Game Modes||Single-player, Multiplayer|
|Age Rating (PEGI)||3+|
|Enhanced for PS4 Pro/ Xbox One X||No|
|Developer||EA Vancouver,EA Romania|