EA SPORTS have now started up the rollout of FIFA 22 closed beta codes and if you want to know how to get one, you’ve come to the right place.
FIFA 22 makes big changes to Career Mode and Ultimate Team this year, with the introduction of an all-new Player Career experience and reworked FUT Champions Weekend League format.
That’s not all, either, as a list of Pro Clubs changes has also been confirmed.
If you’re looking to be one step ahead of the competition when it comes to FUT, consider checking out our best goalkeepers, strikers, midfielders, and defenders predictions.
But for now, as fans will be wondering how to get a FIFA 22 beta code, and what’s included, let’s run through everything we know so far.
- How to get beta codes
- How to sign up for emails
- Are the codes transferrable?
- FIFA 22 closed beta start and end date
- What’s in the beta?
- Download size
- What carries over
- What can you share?
- Beta leaks
How to get FIFA 22 beta codes
To be in contention for a FIFA 22 closed beta code, you need to be a verified FUT Champions player. To qualify for this, you must have managed to win at least 27 matches in one weekend of the competition in FIFA 21. These players will automatically be sent codes, but that is not the only route to playing FIFA 22 early.
Follow the instructions below to increase your chances of being selected.
How to sign up for EA emails
- Go to your EA Account Email Preferences.
- From there, check the box to be informed about new EA services and news emails.
- Remember to make sure you’re checking the right email address as well. Then, even if it’s not guaranteed, wait to be granted access.
- If you receive one, check the mode you have been granted access to.
- Load up the code onto your Xbox or PlayStation console.
Once that is done, the waiting game begins. EA SPORTS usually rolls out codes in waves, so keep an eye on @UltimateTeamUK for more updates.
Are FIFA beta codes transferrable?
Beta codes will not be transferrable, and they will be assigned to the specific Origin account for access via email.
When does the FIFA 22 closed beta start?
The FIFA 22 Closed Beta starts on August 12, 2021.
The FIFA 22 Closed beta ends on September 2, 2021.
Those who have codes can scroll through the new-look menus, play FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, Career Mode, VOLTA Football, and Pro Clubs.
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The FIFA 22 closed beta is 39.067 GB, according to some players.
Download Size : 39.067 GB 📀PS5 Preview 👀 pic.twitter.com/k4Om8zFJSG
— SkinnyPesin GFX 🖌 (@MarjanyWassim) June 23, 2021
Does anything carry over from the FIFA 22 beta?
No, saved progress will not carry over to the full version or the EA Play early access version of FIFA 22.
What can you share?
To play the beta, you must agree to not share media from the early edition of the game that becomes playable. Should you not abide by that agreement, you risk breaking the DMCA agreement signed when agreeing to play.
Therefore, “leaking” content on YouTube, Twitter, or other social platforms is forbidden.
FIFA 22 beta leaks
Despite this, a number of FIFA 22 details have leaked already, including changes to custom tactics, gameplay, Ultimate Team, and specifically FUT Champions Weekend League. To learn more about those leaks, click here.
Not only that, but nine ICONs have also potentially leaked ahead of the game’s launch.
So, there you have it. Everything you need to know about the FIFA 22 beta and how to get the codes.
Make sure to check out our other guides and news on all things FIFA 22:
Best goalkeepers to buy | FIFA 22 World Cup mode | Best FIFA 22 Ultimate Team strikers | Player ratings | All Starhead updates | FUT Hero cards in Ultimate Team | FIFA 22 ICONs list & Hero cards | Hypermotion feature explained | FIFA 22 leaks | FIFA 22 Career Mode features