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Pro Clubs on FIFA 22 is set to feature a groundbreaking change, with fans able to create female players for the first time ever.
In previous iterations of the game, gamers had only been able to build their own player as a male and then play with friends or in offline areas of the game such as Career Mode.
But that's all set to change in the next game in EA Sports' franchise game, with the option for male and female pros to be added according to leaks.
FIFA 22 Pro Clubs lets you create a male or female player, according to @DonkTrading pic.twitter.com/zcJtn6wKIk
- FIFA 22 News (@UltimateTeamUK) July 12, 2021
The long overdue addition means male and female players can play in the same 'Pro Club', with a whole new level of customisation of players and teams in FIFA 22.
Fans have been demanding tweaks to the mode for quite some time now and EA have already said they will implement a new player growth system that brings about more control over the development over your 'Virtual Pro', as well as streamlined social play.
FIFA 16 was the first game in the series to include women's players and a slew of national teams such as England, the United States, Germany, France and Brazil have all been playable since then.
As of yet, no club sides have been added to the game despite clamour from FIFA enthusiasts and those well aware of the buzz surrounding women's football.
However, there have been very strong rumours indicating that former Arsenal and England star Alex Scott, a pundit and presenter with both Sky Sports and BBC, will be the first female voice on the upcoming game.
:fire:Alex Scott will be a first female commentator in FIFA!
This is a massive news and we will soon hear Alex in FIFA 22. Thanks to one of my followers we have the opportunity to know this before the release of any news regarding the new game, he wanted to stay anonymous. pic.twitter.com/FXVw7Tgtrz
- CAREERMD.HUB :flag_rs:/:flag_gb: (@careermdhub) June 22, 2021
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