FIFA 22 is due for release in full on Friday, October 1, 2021, and images have surfaced on social media revealing the pack’s animation for Ultimate Team.
The game mode is certainly the most successful in the franchise and is loved by many, and one of the main reasons behind this is due to the packs players can buy in order to get the best footballers in the game.
These packs have animation that changes this year and varies depending on the player rating you get. If you get a player with a rating above 83, the animation will be slightly different.
The franchise is the best soccer game around, and with the new changes coming to FIFA 22, the developers are hoping that this continues.
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Leaked footage reveals Ultimate Team pack animation
The animation looks very good and showed that the player managed to pack 92 ranked striker Robert Lewandowski. The Polish striker is the second highest rated player and has pushed Cristiano Ronaldo to third place. Lionel Messi is the highest rated player.
What’s also pretty exciting is that the color of this animation will change depending on which special card you wrap. The color will match the color of the special card.
Developers may be a little frustrated with the sheer number of Twitter leaks currently as it would spoil the game’s surprise, but with Early Access currently available, it was only a matter of time before that happened.
If we see more information on Ultimate Team, we’ll continue to provide all the latest updates here.
With Early Access available and full release imminent, FIFA 21 is officially over and the FIFA 22 hype is as big as it gets.
With the next-gen consoles, along with the introduction of hypermotion technology and awesome new features, it’s understandable why the excitement is so high.
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