FIFA 22 closed beta codes are now being distributed by EA SPORTS, and if you want to know how to get one, you’ve come to the correct spot. With the introduction of an all-new Player Career experience and a redesigned FUT Champions Weekend League format, FIFA 22 brings significant improvements to Career Mode and Ultimate Team this year.
Not only that but a list of Pro Clubs modifications has been confirmed as well. Let’s go through everything we know so far about how to receive a FIFA 22 beta code, as well as what’s included.
How to get FIFA 22 beta codes
You must be a confirmed FUT Champions player to be eligible for a FIFA 22 closed beta code. To be eligible for this, you must have won at least 27 games in one weekend of the FIFA 21 competition. These players will receive codes immediately, but it isn’t the only way to get a head start on FIFA 22.
To improve your chances of being chosen, follow the steps below.
How to sign up for EA emails
- Go to the Email Preferences section of your EA Account.
- After that, check the box to get notifications about new EA services and news.
- Also, double-check that you’re verifying the correct email address. Then, even if it isn’t certain, wait for access to be provided.
- Check the mode to which you have been granted access if you receive one.
- Install the code on your Xbox or PlayStation.
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.
The FIFA 22 closed beta is 39.067 GB, according to some players.
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.