The One Mistake You Can’t Afford To Make On The FIFA 22 Web App
As you may know, the FIFA Web App is a portable version of Ultimate Team, which allows you to make changes to your squad, customize your club – and most importantly buy and sell players on the Ultimate Team transfer market.
It is a crucial aspect of Ultimate Team, as it allows you to make key changes to your squad without needing to power-up your console. Which is why it has a large rate of adoption amongst Ultimate Team players.
While the FIFA Web App is a secondary part of Ultimate Team, it often feels like it’s own stand-alone game in the early stages of a new FIFA – most especially, before the new FIFA is released.
That’s because, as we’ve seen in the past few iterations of FIFA, EA typically releases the Web App around a week to a few days before the game’s official release – and we expect FIFA 22’s rollout to be no different.
EAs thought process in terms of releasing the Web App before the full game is to offer Ultimate Team players a chance to get a head-start for the new season by opening packs, customizing their club – and of course, by trading.
How Do I Take Advantage Of The Web App?
Like we said earlier – the main reason EA releases the Web App before the full game is to offer players a chance to get a head start on the new FUT season.
As you probably know, Ultimate Team is competitive – especially if you play it at a high level – thus, having an entire week at your disposal to customize your squad, complete SBCs and make trades will put you ahead of other players who wait until the game’s release to get started with Ultimate Team.
Of course, as with most things, there are certain steps you can take to make your “early time” with the Web App more effective and more productive.
With that in mind, our production team over at Gamerzclass scored a partnership with one of the most respected traders in the community – Sean “ELYYT” Eubanks – to create a class filled to the brim with actionable advice and tried-and-tested methods for using the Web App more effectively upon its release.
The first and most important piece of advice that ELYTT gave in his class surprisingly has nothing to do with trading.
It has to do with whether or not you’ll even qualify to use the Web App in the first place when it gets released.
After all, if you can’t access the Web App, then obviously, you can’t take advantage of it.
You see, while the Web App is free to use for every Ultimate Team player – certain players will not be able to access it upon its initial release – they will only be able to access it after the full version of FIFA 22 has been released.
For instance, if your access to the transfer market was revoked in the previous iteration of FIFA you will most likely not be granted access to the Web App upon it’s early release.
And in a similar vein, if you don’t already have an Ultimate Team account, you will not be granted access to the Web App upon it’s early release.
This means that, while there’s still time, if you know you belong to any of the two aforementioned categories, it would make sense for you to open a new Ultimate Team account at least a week or two before the FIFA 22 Web App gets released.
Doing so early enough will allow you to gain access to the Web App when it gets released.
Or better yet, if you have a secondary Ultimate Team account – (one that you just use to test out new tactics or practice certain things) – it would make sense for you to turn that account into your main account if it hasn’t been banned from using the transfer market.
When Will The FIFA 22 Web App Be Released?
The FIFA 20 Web App was released exactly eight days before FIFA 20s official release while the FIFA 21 Web App was released exactly nine days before FIFA 21s official release.
On that note, if everything goes according to plan, the FIFA 22 Web App will most likely be released either on September 23 or September 22.