This month, EA Sports FIFA 22 was introduced to Xbox Game Pass, along with a few additional games.

Xbox Game Pass subscribers can now play FIFA 22 for free after it was included in the June batch of free titles, along with Narak: Bladepoint and Far Cry 5.

From June 23, 2022, players will be able to access all game modes, including Career Mode, FIFA Ultimate Team, Pro Clubs, and Volta Football.

With the return of the Shapeshifters Ultimate Team promo, players may earn, pack, or purchase upgraded player items in-game, it’s an exciting moment to be able to play FIFA 22.

The Shapeshifters Team 1 squad featured huge attribute boosts, position changes, weak foot upgrades, with players like Lionel Messi, Heung-min Son, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Eden Hazard and Alphonso Davies.

On Friday, June 26, 2022, the Shapeshifters Team 2 squad will be released, along with a token system that will allow players to acquire packs and special player items through playing the game and accomplishing objectives or Squad Building Challenges.

FIFA 22 was previously accessible to PlayStation players for free when EA said it would be included in the PS Plus free games list in May.

If they have an Xbox Game Pass subscription, Xbox players can now play FIFA 22 for free. EA also stated that EA Play members would have free access to FIFA 22 this month, which could lead to an increase in player numbers as we approach FIFA 23.

Xbox Game Pass for console is priced at £7.99 per month, with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate priced at £10.99 per month, which also includes Xbox Live Gold and EA Play.

FIFA 23 will be the final entry in EA Sports’ iconic franchise series after EA and FIFA failed to reach an agreement to extend their historic and successful cooperation after 30 years of collaboration. Beginning next year, EA Sports will name their new football simulation game ‘EA Sports FC,’ while FIFA will release their own football simulation game.