“We apologize for the confusion,” states the Electronic Arts representative.
You could say that FIFA 22 has not started the season on the right foot for PC fans. To the news that the game will be the last generation version on PC, rather than receiving those next-gen improvements PS5, Xbox Series X | S and Stadia, was joined by another worrying fact, related to its anti-piracy measures: FIFA 22 can only be installed on 1 PC at a time. Well, the latter has turned out to be incorrect, and it was all due to an error in the game listing.
The point is that the game’s Steam page showed a warning that FIFA 22 will have a “activation limit” of only 1 computer equipment. From a computer, come on. But now, an EA representative clarifies that said warning was wrong, and that there will be no limit of installations on PC. This is guaranteed, in statements to Eurogamer.
We thank our community for realizing the mistakeElectronic arts“We can confirm that there is no one machine limit for FIFA 22 on PC via Steam. This was listed incorrectly and the limitation has already been removed. We apologize for the confusion. and we thank our community for realizing the error “, they declare from Electronic Arts. So, if you are players of the FIFA saga on PC, you can install the new release on multiple computers No problem.
Announced just a week ago, the release date for FIFA 22 is from October 1st of 2021. The next installment of the saga will feature Kylian Mbappé on its cover, although still dressed in blue, and promises to offer some more realistic movements than ever on Stadia and next-gen consoles. Regarding them, for those who also want to play on their consoles, know that the intergenerational improvement of the game is only included with its 99 euro edition.
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