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FUT 22: EARLY ACCESS RELEASE DATE AND ULTIMATE EDITION PRE-ORDER BONUSES

How do you play FIFA 22 early? The official release date for FIFA 22 is 1st October, but if you want to get a head-start on your FUT 22 team, then you're going to want to know how to play early. Fortunately, there are a few ways you can begin building your Ultimate Team before launch day. In this FIFA 22 guide, we're going to explain how to play early.



FIFA 22 has been announced with EA also revealing an Early Access release date as well as other Ultimate Edition pre-order bonuses.

The game’s cover star is once again Kylian Mbappe and the focus this time is all about its HyperMotion gameplay technology. The trailer is a blend of live-action footage coupled with gameplay at deliberate angles, but long term fans will know what to expect from the annual franchise.

While the title is available on both last-gen and PS5 and Xbox Series X, FIFA 22 will also be running its Legacy Edition on the Nintendo Switch.

FIFA 22 ULTIMATE EDITION PRICE AND PRE-ORDER BONUSES
The price for the FIFA 22 Ultimate Edition is £89.99, and it comes with the following pre-order bonuses:

FIFA 22 PS4 & FIFA 22 PS5 (Xbox One, Series X)
FUT Hero Item
4 Days Early Access
FUT Ones to Watch item
4,600 FIFA Points
TOTW 1 Player & Mbappé Loan Item
FUT Ambassador Loan Player Pick
Career Mode Homegrown Talent




WORLD OF WARCRAFT

World of Warcraft (WoW) is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) released in 2004 by Blizzard Entertainment. Set in the Warcraft fantasy universe, World of Warcraft takes place within the world of Azeroth, approximately four years after the events of the previous game in the series, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne.[3] The game was announced in 2001, and was released for the 10th anniversary of the Warcraft franchise on November 23, 2004. Since launch, World of Warcraft has had eight major expansion packs: The Burning Crusade (2007), Wrath of the Lich King (2008), Cataclysm (2010), Mists of Pandaria (2012), Warlords of Draenor (2014), Legion (2016), Battle for Azeroth (2018), and Shadowlands (2020).

Similar to other MMORPGs, the game allows players to create a character avatar and explore an open game world in third- or first-person view, exploring the landscape, fighting various monsters, completing quests, and interacting with non-player characters (NPCs) or other players. The game encourages players to work together to complete quests, enter dungeons and engage in player versus player (PvP) combat, however the game can also be played solo without interacting with others. The game primarily focuses on character progression, in which players earn experience points to level up their character to make them more powerful and buy and sell items using in-game currency to acquire better equipment, among other game systems.

World of Warcraft was a major critical and commercial success upon its original release in 2004 and quickly became the most popular MMORPG of all-time, reaching a peak of 12 million subscribers in 2010.  The game had over one hundred million registered accounts by 2014  and by 2017, had grossed over $9.23 billion in revenue, making it one of the highest-grossing video game franchises of all time. The game has been cited by gaming journalists as the greatest MMORPG of all-time and one of the greatest video games of all time and has also been noted for its long lifespan, continuing to receive developer support and expansion packs over 15 years since its initial release. In 2019, a vanilla version of the game titled World of Warcraft Classic was launched, allowing players to experience the base game before any of its expansions launched. 


Diablo 2 Resurrected Gold

Diablo 2 Resurrected: Resurrected's development began around 2019, as a joint effort between Blizzard's Diablo team (Team 3) and Vicarious Visions, at the time a subsidiary under Blizzard's corporate sibling Activision. According to Blizzard's president J. Allen Brack, Vicarious Visions was responsible for handling the front-end and 3D client while Blizzard handled the back-end server and Battle.net integration aspects of the remaster. About a month before the February 2021 announcement of the game, Activision announced that Vicarious Visions had been transferred and moved into Blizzard's corporate structure. Brack said this move was due to Vicarious having detailed knowledge of the Diablo series by this point, so that they could not only continue to provide support for Resurrected but also for Diablo IV and other Blizzard properties.

During a 2019 media event, Max Schaefer, Erich Schaefer, and David Brevik stated they had been unsure if a remaster of Diablo II was possible due to a near-release loss of much of the game's source code and assets from corruption in their backup system. They were able to recover most of the code and assets through copies that employees of Blizzard North had taken home with them or other means, but the Schaefers felt there were still too many pieces missing to fully remaster the game. However, according to Blizzard's current Diablo lead Rod Fergusson and principal designer Rob Gallerani, the missing data was not as bad as the Schaefers had implied. Their team scoured through other sources at Blizzard, such as through marketing material, to find additional resources to fill in the gaps. After assessing what was missing Blizzard decided they had enough to proceed with the remaster, with capabilities to recreate any missing assets and redraw the existing assets in higher definition with help of the original artists and animators from the game.


The remaster's design philosophy required the game to be identical to what legacy players remembered. While the developers did not make even minor changes to core gameplay, they upgraded the game's visuals, modeling its remastered graphics on art from the original game. The remaster includes some small usability changes like the Shared Stash and automatic gold pickup. Some new conveniences, like the latter, can be toggled to the user's playstyle preference.

The title was announced in the opening ceremony of the developer's February 2021 annual convention. Its development had been an open secret, having been leaked during Blizzard's acquisition of developer Vicarious Visions the month prior. A single-player beta period will precede the release. Unlike Warcraft III: Reforged, the prior remaster of Warcraft III which was met with criticisms from journalists and players, Diablo II: Resurrected will be a separate release from the existing Diablo II on Battle.net.Brack said that they had learned various lessons from how they approached Warcraft III: Reforged from fan reactions that they will avoid with Resurrected.

Diablo II: Resurrected is slated for release on September 23, 2021, for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X platforms.Prior to release, the game will have two development tests open to players: The single-player alpha ran in April, followed by an open multiplayer beta in August, with those who pre-ordered the game also gaining early access on supporting platforms. Blizzard made multiple tweaks and additions based on community feedback during the technical alpha, including touch-ups of visual effects, revised item icons, interface usability toggles, and new features such as an in-game clock and extra player item storage.


NEW WORLD GAME SERVICE

New World is an upcoming massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) by Amazon Games set to be released on September 28, 2021. The game was previously scheduled to release in May 2020 and subsequently August 2021, but was delayed to its current date. Set in the mid-seventeenth century, players colonize a fictional land modeled after the Americas. The game will be using a buy-to-play business model, meaning there will be no monthly subscription fee.


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