FIFA 22 is already available in the market. The community behind the popular soccer game has seen some noticeable changes, especially for fans in South America. Up to 8 teams belonging to Conmebol have disappeared as a selectable team.
The affected national ensembles are Uruguay, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, Venezuela and Ecuador. Argentina and Brazil are featured, although the latter do not have the real players. The case of Uruguay is curious, since many of its holders are part of the main poster in their respective clubs, but you will not be able to play defending their colors.
The countries mentioned are not the only ones that have lost representation. Turkey, South Africa, Switzerland, Slovenia, Ivory Coast, Egypt and India are also not part of FIFA 22. So far no official communication from EA Sports has transpired.
What licenses does FIFA 22 have?
By clicking on this link you can find all the licenses available in the game. You can expect more than 17,000 players spread over more than 700 licensed teams, 100 stadiums and more than 30 leagues around the world. But its muscle is in the exclusive licenses, those that you will only find in it: Premier League, the EFL, LaLiga Santander, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1 Uber Eats. This means that you will be able to play matches of these competitions with all the official images, clubs and advertising.
The only exception is the Italian league, as some teams have an agreement with Konami. Later they will be incorporated. We refer to Piedmont Calcilo (Juventus of Turin), Roma FC (AS Roma), Bergamo Calcio (Atalanta) and Latium (Lazio).
Remember that FIFA 22 is for sale on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.
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