FIFA 22 Coming to EA Play, Xbox Game Pass on June 23
FIFA 22 will be available on Xbox Game Pass on June 23, Microsoft announced Tuesday.
As initially leaked in April, and later announced by Electronic Arts on June 14, FIFA 22 is joining The Play List for EA Play, meaning that Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and PC Game Pass members will soon have free access to the full as well.
It's seemed to be a big month so far for Xbox Game Pass subscribers.
During the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase earlier in the month, plenty of upcoming titles were announced to be coming to the service on day one, including High On Life, Ark II and Ravenlok.
Now, in addition to the existing titles announced at the top of the month, it appears FIFA 22, the Shadowrun Trilogy, Total War: Three Kingdoms, Naraka: Bladepoint and Far Cry 5 are rapidly joining the fray as well.
"FIFA 22 is coming soon to The Play List with EA Play," Microsoft's June 21 Xbox Game Pass blog post reads, "so PC Game Pass and Ultimate members can experience fundamental gameplay advances and a new season of innovation across every mode. Plus, score monthly recurring rewards like Ultimate Team Stadium Sets, Seasonal XP Boosts and more."
To be clear, FIFA 22 will only be available to those who have Xbox Game Pass Ultimate ($14.99/month) or PC Game Pass ($9.99/month) since those two offerings include EA Play. Xbox Game Pass for Console ($9.99/month) does not include EA Play.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members receive EA Play on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Windows PC (via Xbox app for Windows, EA app). PC Game Pass members receive EA Play on Windows PC (via Xbox app for Windows, EA app).