EA has altered the method its dual privilege program works for FIFA 22 so that the next-gen upgrade is just available to those who fork out ₤ 89.99 for the Ultimate Edition.EA revealed FIFA 22 on Sunday with a first October release date and launching trailer, listed below, and with the announcement came verification that just those who purchase the digital-only Ultimate Edition get both the last-gen and current-gen versions of the game.
This is a significant change compared to the double privilege program for FIFA 21, which used a totally free next-gen upgrade to owners of all versions on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.The new system indicates anyone who buys the ₤ 59.99 basic edition of FIFA 22, either physically or digitally, for last-gen consoles has to then purchase the ₤ 69.99 PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X and S version at complete rate if they eventually get hold of among the desired next-gen consoles. That would amount to an astonishing ₤ 130. In result, EA is charging ₤ 30 for a next-gen upgrade here, based upon the price difference between the standard edition on PS4 and Xbox One, and the Ultimate edition of FIFA 22. You get 10 percent off if you have EA Play – EAs membership service. That suggests the generally ₤ 89.99 Ultimate Edition drops down to ₤ 80.99. Plainly, the business is using FIFA 22 in part to assist drive memberships – EA Play costs ₤ 3.99 every month, or you can get 12 months for ₤ 19.99. EA is really pressing this Ultimate Edition this year. If you pre-order you get an untradeable “FUT Hero” card, four days of early access, a guaranteed FUT Ones to Watch item, and 4600 FIFA Points (in FIFA 21 4600 FIFA Points costs ₤ 32).