EA has announced the release date and start time for the FIFA 22 Web App with fans able to login and download on mobile very soon.
It’s a very exciting week for fans of football as the EA Play early access trial launches today and can be available for as little as 79p. This time-limited trial will allow you to experience hypermotion gameplay on next-gen and the more minuscule improvements on last-gen before the game fully launches on either September 27th or October 1st.
While the ability to hit the pitch is exciting, Ultimate Team fanatics will be glad to hear that the Companion App is coming out simultaneously.
What time does the FIFA 22 Web App come out?
The release date and time for the FIFA 22 Web App is 10:00 PT, 13:00 ET, and 18:00 BST on September 22nd.
All of the above has been confirmed by the EA Help Twitter account. Just so you know, the Companion App won’t launch on mobile until 24-hours later.
Ultimate Team is always the most controversial feature of EA’s football juggernaut, yet it’s also the most popular mode every year. This time there are new ICONs for players to pursue including the ex Manchester United duo Robin Van Persie and Wayne Rooney, and there’s also FUT Heroes.
How to login
You will be able to login on the FIFA 22 Web App as soon as it launches at the aforementioned hours.
The website is the same as it was for FIFA 21, but you cannot sign-in as of writing. When 18:00 BST comes around this evening, you will be able to access the website and enter your EA Account details.
As for the point of the application, it allows fans anywhere on PC to edit and manage their Ultimate Team. You can access the transfer market to keep up with bids, it’s possible to style your stadium to make football even more like the NFL, and you can also complete SBCs.
How to download FIFA 22 Web App Companion
Fans will be able to download the FIFA 22 Companion application to the Web App for mobile on September 23rd.
Once tomorrow rolls around, you will be able to install it on iOS and Android from either the Apple or Google Play store. You can technically download it right now in its current state as FIFA 21, but the changes won’t be implemented until the above release date.
You can pretty much do the same with the mobile app as on computers but with the added benefit of being able to control your FUT on the go.