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For those keen on building the best squad around, Ultimate Team gives gamers the chance to form star-studded squads in the hope of achieving FUT glory.
That being said, many fans will have put their hard-earned cash into purchasing FIFA points - the in-game currency - during the span of FIFA 21.
However, players have since been left wondering whether the points they have in the bank on FIFA 21 can be transferred to the new game come its release in October later this year.
But is it possible? Here, we take a look at all you need to know about transferring FIFA points.
So, you’ve got points in your kitty on FIFA 21? Well, fear not.
One of the perks of FIFA points are that they carry over, so you don’t lose them once you move to the latest version of the game.
The earliest you can transfer your FIFA points is during the EA Play Early trial, or when you first log in to FIFA 21 once you have the full game.
For example, the FIFA 21 points you’ve purchased will still be there if you decide to play FIFA 22.
That is, of course, if you have any left in your bank.
For those that are newer to FIFA and FUT, FIFA points are the main microtransaction that’s available in FIFA Ultimate Team.
FIFA points allow users to spend money on virtual currency that is used to open various packs in FUT, containing players, consumables and other club management items.
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