PC version for ‘FIFA 22’ will miss out on big features

When FIFA 22 arrives later this year, it won’t be the same for all the players across different platforms, especially those on the PC.

Upon its release on PC, FIFA 22 will miss out on the highlighted, big features to be found on PS5, PS4, and Xbox One.

‘FIFA 22’: What to expect on PC?

Since its recent reveal, FIFA 22 has created a huge hype among fans. They are extremely excited about the upcoming installment in the iconic franchise by EA.

However, many players won’t enjoy the title to its full potential when it comes to PC. It’s because the game is based on the current generation of consoles.

And thus, there will be many key features missing on the PC upon its launch.

One such talked about feature is “HyperMotion.” According to EA, it’s a tech that will allow the players to experience more believable animations in real-time. It’s achieved with the help of motion capture and machine learning.

Sadly, if the PC owners were thinking of getting this amazing feature, they wouldn’t have it. PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and Stadia are the only options for that purpose.

“When we looked at what generation to put the PC game on, we looked at our fans and what capabilities they had with the hardware they have,” said Aaron McHardy. He is the executive producer on FIFA 22.

As per McHardy, they had to cut down a lot when thinking about making the PC version of the upcoming game.

And they restricted many options to ensure that all PC players across the globe can run the title smoothly.

Video games in 2021

Meanwhile, there are multiple other fresh releases as well, scheduled to make their way in 2021.

The remaining second half of this calendar is packed with a lot of biggies.

Speaking of biggies, then there will be various potential blockbusters to watch out for. Some of them are Halo Infinite, Deathloop, Dying Light 2, and Battlefield 2042.

Horizon Forbidden West, a new Call of Duty entry, Humankind, Stray, and Kena: Bridge of Spirits are also on the list.

However, the vast line-up extends even further with the likes of New World, No More Heroes 3, and The Ascent.

Little Devil Inside, Glitchpunk, The Day Before, Etched Memories, and Life Is Strange: True Colors are other crucial launches.

Coming back to FIFA 22, it’s releasing this October for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia.

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