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2021-06-28 19:38:44


FIFA 22 is close and therefore it is necessary to know how to get closed beta, let's see.

What's the point of getting closed beta in FIFA 22?



  Simply having the opportunity to allow us to be part of early access, so that this allows us to have the option of having first-hand information about this game, in this sense, knowing how to obtain the closed beta opens the doors to know some cool features of FIFA 22, such as:

 

  •   The FUT Champs Weekend League format.
  • The gameplay.
  • The tactical adjustments.
  • The new rewards that this game has.

 

How to get closed beta on FIFA 22?


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    This is an interesting task that allows us to first complete some requirements and these are usually:

     

    •  Be a verified FUT Champons player in order to get the codes with which we can access.
    • It is usually necessary to be in charge of winning a total of 27 weekend matches in a FIFA 221 competition, which allows the codes to be sent to us automatically and therefore this allows us to access the closed beta.
    • It is possible to earn these codes by signing up for EA emails, and we can be selected at random, this is usually done just by going to "Email preferences of our EA account", where it is usually necessary to check the box "Informed about new EA News and Services ”to wait for access to be granted.

     

     How to upload FIFA 22 closed beta code to our console?


    Knowing how to obtain the closed beta is undoubtedly an interesting action that allows us to have information about the game in advance and in the same way it is usually necessary to consider that this usually works as a type of reward for all the players who dedicated their valuable time to play FIFA 221, which can reward us with a download file that usually weighs only 39,067 GB and can be downloaded from right now, in addition, it is not necessary to make major modifications in relation to the creation of a soccer player because these data are not usually useful for the game itself, only for the beta that will be available only until September 1 or at least we consider it to be the standard date, according to previous FIFA releases.

     Now that you know how to get the closed beta, it's time to take care of meeting the necessary requirements to get it and thus enjoy what FIFA 22 has for us so far.




    Platform(s):
    Microsoft Windows PC, PlayStation 4 PS4, Xbox One. Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia, PlayStation 5 Ps5, Xbox Series X
    Genre(s):
    Sports
    Developer(s):
    EA Vancouver
    Publisher(s):
    EA Sports
    Release date:
    9 October 2020
    Mode:
    Single-player, multiplayer
    age rating (PEGI):
    3+
    Official Website:

    Other Tags
    video game, gameplay, price, 60fps, steam




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