4 Small Changes We’d Like To See In FIFA 22
EA has revealed some of the biggest changes we’re set to see in FIFA 22.
- They’ve announced the addition of a brand new game engine…
- They’ve announced a complete overhaul to FIFA’s tactical system…
- And they’ve announced a slew of changes that will have a massive impact on FIFA 22’s gameplay
But despite all the big new features we’re set to see in FIFA 22, we’d also like to see some “smaller” new additions to the game.
These small features may not carry the same weight as some of the big features that have been announced – but they can still play a major role in improving the overall user experience of FIFA players around the world.
On that note, here’s a look at four small changes we’d like to see in FIFA 22;
In-game Objective Tracker
Ultimate Team objectives have proven to be a huge part of FIFA 21.
They have served as an avenue for players to receive great rewards – and we expect them to be even more pivotal in FIFA 22.
But the problem is, there’s no way to know whether or not you’ve successfully completed an objective until after a match, as you can’t track the completion of objectives while you’re still in a game.
In FIFA 22, it would make sense for EA to introduce an in-game objective tracker as this would help you track your progress with certain objectives in a game.
For instance, if you’re trying to complete an objective that says “score 12 headers with a midfielder”, it would be nice to know how far along you are with the objective by just pausing the game and looking through the pause menu, instead of having to wait until the end of the game to view your progress with the objective.
Make SBC Packs Tradeable In FIFA 22
In previous iterations of FIFA, pack rewards from SBCs were a great way to grow your coin balance without having to spend real life money on FIFA points – however, in FIFA 21 the majority of SBC packs have been untradable – which means, you can’t sell them to make more coins.
Going into FIFA 22, EA should reintroduce tradeable SBC packs, in order to provide players with an extra avenue to make coins, without having to spend real money on the game.
Make League SBCs Great Again
League SBCs have regressed over the past few iterations of FIFA.
Back in FIFA 17 and 18, they allowed players a chance to get a lot of useful packs, while also receiving a special player reward for completing a league SBC set.
These player rewards would usually feature a notable player from the league SBC set.
For instance, in FIFA 18, you would’ve received a special Quaresma card for completing the Super Lig SBC – and in FIFA 17, you would’ve received a special Lewandowski card for completing the Bundesliga SBC.
However, in recent times, EA has overhauled the nature of league SBCs.
Instead of granting you a special player item for completing each league SBC set, you’re now rewarded with an untradeable pack.
Going into FIFA 22, EA should reintroduce player rewards for league SBCs in order to make them worth completing again.
Every single time you load up FIFA on your console, you have to select your preferred language.
This process only takes a couple of seconds, but when you’re eager to play FIFA, those few seconds can feel like an eternity.
It would make sense for EA to introduce a feature that lets you preset your in-game language so you won’t have to go through the trouble of selecting your preferred language every single time you load FIFA up.