FIFA 23 is coming, but we still have a few weeks to enjoy FIFA 22. Don’t forget to buy FIFA 22 Coins on U7buy!
Ultimate Team’s latest update includes some summer transfers for their new club, giving you the chance to experience new team building and test potential FUT 23 starters.
Check out all the latest information on the following situations.
Many players switched clubs during the summer transfer window, and EA is reflecting that change in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team.
On Wednesday, August 17th, an update to the game added more than 800 base cards for players who now have new teams.
This means you can now use Manchester City Erling Haaland, Inter Romelu Lukaku and Real Madrid Antonio Rudiger in Ultimate Team.
Not only does this mean that you can use potential starting squads in FUT 23 (although the chemistry system will be different), it also provides more options when trying to complete SBC.
You can see all the latest players added to FUT 22 here.
While many players got updates from the club, we noticed a few players missed the first batch.
Robert Lewandowski still only has his Bayern Munich card in the game, and Manchester United’s new defender Lisandro Martinez is not included.
We expect to see another batch of updates soon, although it hasn’t been announced when it will be.
Until then, Martinez will have to stay at Ajax and judging from his performance against Brentford, that could be a good thing!
FIFA 23 release date
As confirmed in the reveal trailer, FIFA 23 will launch in full on Friday, September 30.
Some people will be able to access the game faster through a possible Beta or Demo, followed by the web app and Early Access.
Players who purchased the Ultimate Edition of the game will have early pre-orders starting on Tuesday, September 27th.
A 10-hour EA Play trial also offers players a limited amount of time to play and will begin concurrently with pre-order early access.