More Co-Op matchmaking types have been added to FIFA 22 Ultimate Team by EA SPORTS. If you wish to play friendly matches with other players online, FUT now allows you to do so. Here’s what you can do, as well as how you can collaborate.
Here’s how FIFA 22’s new feature will work.
How does FIFA 22 Co-Op matchmaking work in FUT?
The FUT Friendlies Co-Op Public Matchmaking mode allows you to play 2v2 against another duo with another Ultimate Team member.
In the choosing screen, you’ll be paired with a partner who selected the same “favourite squad” as you. If the game is unable to match you quickly enough, you may be forced to join a different team.
The game then proceeds as a standard 2v2 FIFA match.
Except for the one your teammate controls, you can switch between players. It’s all about connecting up, whether it’s to set up those sick 1-2 plays or to double tackle from the back if you need some desperate defense.
You can still play Division Rivals, FUT Champions, and other game types with your friends if Friendlies aren’t your thing. However, you may be paired with other solos.
How to play FIFA 22 FUT Co-Op with your friends
If you want to, you should be able to play FIFA 22 Ultimate Team with your friends. It was possible in FIFA 21, but it has only recently been expanded for FIFA 22.
All of the modes, including Division Rivals, FUT Champions, and more, can be played with up to one friend. To make games more balanced, the Co-Op matchmaker now only matches pairs against other pairs.
Can you share FUT players in Co-Op?
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to share your own squads and players with others in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team’s Co-Op Online Matchmaking.
Instead, you’ll be able to choose from a variety of pre-selected squads based on top clubs and nations, newly released cards, and even a few special guest squads comprised of real-life footballers.
You won’t have to worry about one super team dominating the meta for a week before the refresh because they’ll be evenly balanced.