The career mode has undergone quite a metamorphosis in FIFA 21 and players have evaluated it positively. Recent reports suggest that FIFA 22 may bring us more changes and the introduction of a co-op career module.
According to the fan Twitter account FIFA 21 News, Electronic Arts posted a job ad for an online software engineer. According to the job posting, this person would be responsible for Ultimate Team development, key systems and network protocols, as well as multiplayer career mode. Players were primarily interested in the latter area. Until now, the manager and player careers were modules focused solely on solo experience.
The community gathered around the FIFA series began to wonder on what principles the online career mode could work. The most likely option seems to be that EA Sports will decide to implement a co-op mode for two people into the game. Players would then be able to manage the team together and play matches together. This would be almost identical to the upcoming F1 2021, which will enable two players at the same time to develop their own racers.
Skeptics point out that since the release of FIFA 22 is close to implement any new features at this point. On the other hand, there are voices that say EA may simply need more hands to work on an aspect of the game that is already in an early version.
EA's focus on co-op was already evident at the launch of FIFA 21. Back then, EA added a co-op option to the Ultimate Team mode. Thanks to this players could fight together for higher positions in the leagues or win unique prizes.
More on this topic (and probably many more) may be told during the upcoming EA Play Live conference, which will take place on July 22. Then we should know, among other things, the exact release date and details about the game versions for different consoles. As expected, we'll receive (as in the case of FIFA 21) as many as three different editions of FIFA 22 - One for next-gen and PC, the second for PS4 and Xbox One and the third for Nintendo Switch.