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Does Progress On The FIFA 22 Beta Carry Over?

Robert Mann

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Does Progress On The FIFA 22 Beta Carry Over?

EA Sports’ closed beta for FIFA 22 was unveiled to the world last week, but many have been left wondering if progress made on game modes will carry over to the full game or not.

Last Wednesday, EA sent out email invitations with unique codes so that fans could try out its latest FIFA instalment.

The beta, which runs until Wednesday, September 1, gives players the opportunity to play certain game modes such as Ultimate Team, Career Mode, Pro Clubs and more.

The FIFA 22 closed beta will run until September 1
The FIFA 22 closed beta will run until September 1

With millions across the world now getting to grips with the next FIFA, many will be making some serious progress on their favourite game modes, but will it transfer over to FIFA 22?

What is the FIFA 22 closed beta?

The closed beta version of FIFA 22 is designed to give fans the opportunity to test and play the game ahead of its autumn release date.

The beta edition will let users sample the game in Ultimate Team, Career Mode, Pro Clubs, Volta and Kick-Off.

A beta is essentially what developers roll out so that players can provide them with feedback and notify any bugs or areas of improvement before the full version of the game is released.

Does anything carry over from the FIFA 22 beta?

To put it simply, no.

It’s worth noting that any progress you make in the game’s beta version will not carry over to the full version upon its release.

Users are also reminded that they are forbidden from recording gameplay through screenshots, screen-recordings or live-streaming.

Featured Image Credit: EA Sports

Topics: FIFA 22

Robert Mann
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