All players can get ready to enjoy Cross-play functionality in Online Seasons and Online Friendlies on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and Stadia versions of EA SPORTS FIFA 22 during its Cross-play test.
This means that players will be able to choose to play FIFA 22 with a friend on another platform or climb the Online Seasons Divisions against players potentially playing on other platforms. No longer will players need to be limited by their console.
Once this Cross-play test is activated, players will be able to find a widget in the bottom right hand corner of their play screens. This widget will enable or disable a player's Cross-play test participation. FIFA fans will also be able to control their Cross-play test participation by visiting the Matchmaking Options Settings screen.
For more information regarding the new Cross-play test, please check out the full FAQ section on FIFA’s official site.
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