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A leak containing new footage from the FIFA 22 beta has given fans an insight into what happens if you score a late goal.
It has been a long time coming but we are just over a month away from the official release of the new FIFA, although EA Sports are giving gamers the opportunity to play four days early if they pre-order ahead of its drop.
We already know that FIFA 22 will introduce a new commentary pairing of Derek Rae and former Arsenal midfielder Stewart Robson, while Alex Scott will make history when she becomes the first female voice to feature in the game.
Congrats to @AlexScott MBE, who will become the game's first-ever English-speaking female commentator in FIFA 22 :clap:- CBS Sports Golazo :soccer: (@CBSSportsGolazo) July 21, 2021
A legend on the pitch, knows her football and banter :crown: pic.twitter.com/2xopS3AOb8
Career mode has also been given a much-needed revamp, with the anticipated return of the 'Create a Club' option going down well with many.
And as they have done on many occasions down the years, EA will likely include a flurry of new celebrations to provide fans with the opportunity to annoy their opponents.
In fact, if you manage to score a last-minute goal in your career, a new animation has already been added that will no doubt smash a few controllers.
As you can see in the footage above, Edinson Cavani scores a late winner for Manchester United against rivals Liverpool and following his dramatic tap-in, the 34-year-old striker knee slides his way to the corner flag.
His teammates soon follow and in this new addition, both substitutes and coaches celebrate alongside the goalscorer.
It's a great addition to the game, although FIFA 22 will give players the option to turn off celebrations from opponents this year.
EA have added in a setting on FIFA 22 to allow you to turn off the opponents celebration, you will see your teammates reacting, something else.- FIFA Analyst ' FIFA Coach ' YouTuber & Streamer (@TheFIFAAnalyst) July 30, 2021
So if you don't want toxic celebrations from your opponent, you can switch these off.
W or L? #FIFA22 pic.twitter.com/xCxHiong9b