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FIFA 22 Career Mode Has Been Given Its Biggest Upgrade In Years

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FIFA 22 Career Mode Has Been Given Its Biggest Upgrade In Years

Career Mode has been given its biggest upgrade in years on FIFA 22.

For years now fans have been extremely unhappy with what was previously one of the game's most popular modes but this time around, EA Sports have breathed new life into this area.

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FIFA 22 sees the return of the 'Create a Club' feature and it promises to be game-changing. Players are able to build a team from the ground up and swap out a team from any league - with that club heading to the rest of the world section.

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You then get to create your own unique name, kit, badge and stadium with full customisation options - including the type of grass, seat colour, net style, chants, walkout anthems, goal music, tifos and more.

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Image: EA Sports

Another important selection is the choosing of your rivals as this will be highlighted in broadcasting and news coverage during the build-up and fall-out.

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Fans can change their kit, crest and ground at the start of every season should they fancy changing things up.

In this monumental addition, you are able to pick the age of the squad, star rating and transfer budget (maximum of 1 billion in your chosen currency) - which will in turn result in the generation of your starting group.

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What's more, you are able to change your board priorities and these will determine your realistic managerial goals for the tenure.

'Player Career' remains once again but the big news here is that you can start a game as a substitute before making a difference from the bench.

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Image: EA Sports

There will be all new match objectives, as well as a 'Manager Rating' that is crucial to your performance.

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Those who like a bit of realism will enjoy new broadcast stories such as shots of teams celebrating in the dressing room after a big win and brand new transfer negotiation scenes.

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Fans can see these changes first-hand when FIFA 22 is released worldwide on October 1.

Topics: EA Sports, FIFA 22

Josh Lawless
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