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FIFA fans are already counting down the days until they can get their hands on EA Sports' new football sim, but when can you pre-order it and how much will it cost?
At the moment, EA Sports hasn't confirmed the FIFA 22 release date, but that will change in a few months when the company outlines its plans for this years' game.
And with the clock ticking away, you'll want to make sure you've got your copy of the game in time for its eagerly-awaited launch.
Although FIFA 21 is still in full swing, a lot of gamers are starting to think about the future - with the release date, launch date, cover star and more being questioned.
In terms of pre-ordering, EA will almost certainly launch the game with bonuses including an early release date for those who buy the game ahead of its release.
Last year, those who pre-ordered a copy of FIFA 21 were able to play the full game three days early.
But when will gamers be able to pencil in their pre-order for FIFA 22 this year?
Judging by the release date in previous years, FIFA 22 will likely be released between Friday, 24 September and Friday, 8 October.
And if you are desperate to get your hands on FIFA 22, then pre-ordering the game will be your best bet.
FIFA 22 is predicted to be available to pre-order from late June.
By pre-ordering, you will have the chance to play the game three days in advance with EA Early Access.
You'll also be entitled to free pre-order packs which will help kick start your Ultimate Team.
While the official price for FIFA 22 has not yet been confirmed, looking at previous instalments of the game will give you a pretty good idea of how much it will cost.
Taking that into account, FIFA 22's Standard Edition will most likely cost between £54.99 and £59.99 on Xbox, PlayStation and PC.
EA will also drop a Champions Edition, which will be around £20 more expensive than the standard edition.
The most expensive edition of FIFA 22 will be the Ultimate Edition, which is likely to be around £30 more expensive than the standard bundle.