FIFA 22 Ultimate Edition early access release date, launch time on PS5, PS4, Xbox and PC

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FIFA 22 fans can play the full game early and without limits, but only by pre-ordering the Ultimate Edition.

The FIFA 22 Ultimate Edition is available for £89.99 on PlayStation devices, Xbox consoles and PC.

Pre-ordering the Ultimate Edition gives users bonus FIFA Points, Loan Items, and a whole boatload of FUT bonuses.

But arguably the best reason to pre-order the Ultimate Edition is to gain early access to FIFA 22.

The FIFA 22 Ultimate Edition has a September 27 release date on all platforms. The Standard Edition launches a few days later on October 1.

EA Sports is yet to announce the Ultimate Edition launch time, although some fans believe it will be available from midnight on September 27.

Based on EA Play early access and traditional FIFA update times, however, it’s possible the Ultimate Edition will have a 6pm BST release time for UK fans. Express Online has contacted EA Sports for confirmation.

Unlike the EA Play early access period, Ultimate Edition owners aren’t limited to just 10-hours of action.

Express Online has posted the full list of Ultimate Edition benefits and bonus items below.

FIFA 22 Ultimate Edition pre-order benefits in full…

• Four Days Early Access, start playing FIFA 22 on 27 September

• Untradeable FUT Ones to Watch item

• 4,600 FIFA Points

• FUT Team of the Week 1 Player

• Kylian Mbappé Loan Item, for 5 FUT matches

• FUT Ambassador Loan Player Pick, for 3 FUT matches

• Career Mode Homegrown Talent, local youth prospect with world-class potential

• Dual Entitlement includes Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S games – or PS5 and PS4 games

With FIFA 22 launching in the coming days, EA Sports has revealed the game’s top-rated players.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo both feature in the top five.

Lionel Messi is top of the pile with an overall rating of 93. Robert Lewandowski is second with 92, followed by Cristiano Ronaldo with 91.

Kevin De Bruyne, Kylian Mbappé, Neymar Jr, and Jan Oblak also feature in the top-ten, alongside Harry Kane, N’Golo Kanté and Manuel Neuer.



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