The well-known football simulator developed by EA Sports is now accessible via Sony to all users on PlayStation Plus.
Anyone in the gaming community who prefers the Sony console but has yet to purchase FIFA 22 is now able to prepare for the popular football simulator for free since it’s now accessible on PlayStation Plus.
The most recent releases on the platform in the month of May are now available along with a an industry-leading product by EA Sports among the games made available to subscribers.
The players will now have the chance to play with their favorite stars from the game’s global scene that ranges from Lionel Messi to Cristiano Ronaldo With all the well-known features like Ultimate Team and Career Mode are also available.
How do You can FIFA 22 for free on PS4 and PS5?
Sony has made it clear on the Official PlayStation Blog that FIFA 22 will be accessible for free.
This statement is: “PlayStation Plus members can take advantage of FIFA 22, Tribes of Midgard and Curse of the Dead Gods on May 3, 2012, when the three games will be added to your library of games.
“This month’s line-up also includes an extra FIFA 22 FUT pack, only available on PlayStation Plus.”
“This pack contains 11 players with a rating of at 82 or higher to help you create your ideal squad for FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, and also the Icon Moments Loan Player Pick that lets you pick from the best ballers of the past and then include three players to your team to play five matches.”
What other football games are free to play?
The FIFA franchise could be set to undergo an overhaul in 2022 and EA Sports being tipped to break off ties with world football’s governing body , and go to its own.
It would imply a clear modification to the title of the game. However, an ardent fan base is already in place.
There is also reports of the latest release by EA being available for free play as it shifts to compete with other games and focuses on in-game purchases.
Konami’s eFootball (formerly Pro Evolution Soccer or PES) is currently accessible for users for free and UFL expected to follow the same model sometime in 2022.