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In the past, the app has made it possible for players to control their FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) outside of the game and get the best possible head start ahead of its official launch.
Essentially, the app is an ideal companion for fans of FUT, which gives players the chance to potentially steal a march on the competition.
Ahead of its release this week, we take a look at everything we know about it so far.
According to the official webpage of the game, the Web App will be available on Wednesday, September 22.
A message on the official FIFA site adds: "The FUT Web App and other FIFA Web features are down for maintenance while we prepare for FIFA 22. The new web app launches on September 22nd."
The release time can be tricky to get right as there can be huge delays on the day of release.
However, based on previous years, we would expect the app to launch after 6pm BST.
The Companion App is also expected to arrive around the same time, but as this will require a patch to access, there could be a longer wait.
The Web App is a popular companion for fans of the FUT mode, offering a way to control your team on the go.
It allows gamers to access key FUT features such as managing your squad and preparing for matches when on the go, including through squad selection and consumables.
FIFA fans can also buy and sell players on the transfer market and purchase and open FUT cards in the store, expanding their squads and completing squad building challenges.
You can also customise your FUT stadium on the go, customising everything from the walkout music to goal celebrations, while last year’s version introduced the feature to choose a side for FUT Events.
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