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FIFA 22 Will Get the Biggest Career Mode Upgrade in the Game's History

Mudeet Arora
FIFA 22 will get the biggest Career Mode update in history
FIFA 22 will get the biggest Career Mode update in history / SOPA Images/Getty Images

For quite some years since FIFA introduced Career Mode, fans have been very unhappy with the way EA Sports has treated that aspect of the game and finally, it looks like FIFA 22 will include the best Career Mode update we have seen till date.

FIFA 22 will see the much awaited return of "Create a Club" option and that is definitely going to be one of the biggest features of the game.

Gamers will be able to build a team from scratch and swap places with any other team from any of the leagues in which they want to participate. The club that will be swapped will move to the "Rest of the World" section.

Fans can then move on to inserting the desired name of their teams, kits, badge and also design the stadium with customised options including the type of grass, seat colour, net style, chants, walkout anthems, goal music, tifos and more.

Another thing you can control is your club's board objectives in order to set realistic managerial goals for yourself.

You can also start a career as a player but the biggest update in this feature is you can start a game as a substitute and can come on from the bench to make a difference.

There are dressing room updates as well some key updates in transfer negotiation videos on the career mode.

FIFA 22 is all set to be released this year on October 1 and it looks like this version of the game is likely to get it right and cover up for the mistakes and shortcomings for the previous few versions.

Credits: EA Sports FIFA ESports