FIFA 22 Title Update 5 Patch Notes

FIFA 22 Title 5 update is out now, and it changes the outcome of Ground Pass interceptions in the game in favor of whoever blocks or blocks it.

FIFA 22 been out for a while, and all of the game’s critical issues are now fixed, although the balance shift continues until the game reaches a fair state.

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In a recent attempt to balance interceptions in FIFA 22, the EA Sports team changed the results of interceptions slightly. Following this new update, the chances of retaining the ball after intercepting or blocking a Ground Pass will increase.

This simply means that when opposing players send a Ground Pass to each other and you block it, your chances of gaining control of the ball rather than swerving in the other direction increase.

FIFA 22 | Official launch trailer



FIFA 22 | Official launch trailer





FIFA 22 Title Update 5 Patch Notes

  • Increases the likelihood of a player retaining the ball after intercepting or blocking a Ground Pass.
    • This change does not affect how often Ground Passes are intercepted and intercepted, it only affects the outcome of interceptions and interceptions.

As you can see, later in the patch, the team clarified that this change does not change the overall chance to block Ground Passes.

So with this change you will likely have more counter-attack opportunities as you will have more chances to keep possession of the ball from the opponent and change the flow of the game.

Title 5 update is only available for PC and Stadia player at this time. It will be released to console players at a later date.

FIFA 22 Available now on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Nintendo Switch, Stadia, and PC.

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