The opportunity that has shielded FIFA 22 from landing on EA Play (on Xbox Game Pass) and on PlayStation Now, has been the last reason that Electronic Arts needed to activate cross-play between the different platforms on which the game is available.
At the moment, as Electronic Arts has explained in a statement, these tests will begin in certain modes and on certain platforms. The first modes that will make use of cross-play will be the Seasons mode and the Friendlies mode, this will be the case on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and Stadia.
Crossplay is coming to FIFA 22
At the moment this will be a first litmus test and later the cross game will be added to the rest of the platforms. At the moment it is not known when it will be activated in the rest of the game modes, but we do know that this first access has been done in this way so that Electronic Arts can collect data and thereby avoid serious errors with its activation.
Some players who start the game in the bottom right will be able to choose if they want to play cross-play or only with players on the same platform. At the moment it is a test and not a functionality for all players.
We're looking to start a FIFA 22 Cross-play test in the near future.
Learn all about it with our latest Pitch Notes ⬇️https://t.co/W9GEzSBIBS
— FIFA Direct Communication (@EAFIFADirect) May 2, 2022
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