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David Beckham will design a kit for FIFA 22, there will be charity streaming

Even with the national team break in which we find ourselves, the main European leagues have already started, having already been in the Santander League for three days. However, there are still a few weeks for the virtual ball to start rolling in FIFA 22, which has already presented numerous novelties in game modes such as Carrera, Volta or especially the most popular, Ultimate Team. One of the most famous footballers of the last 20 years as is the English David Beckham He will collaborate with the football simulator designing his own luggage for FUT together with the artist Reuben Dangoor.

To get this kit in Ultimate Team mode, simply connect via Twitch to the next charity event that will be held by the former English midfielder himself in collaboration with Electronic Arts. This charity tournament, Soccer Aid, will take place at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, home to Manchester City, and will also feature a multitude of celebrities and soccer players from around the world in 2v2 matches.

What’s new in Ultimate Team

Meanwhile, a few weeks ago we were able to discover all the changes that will be implemented in Ultimate Team. For instance, Rivals will follow a progress through experience that we will achieve playing, regardless of the result. However, one of the most applauded changes will take place in FUT Champions, the most popular competition among FIFA players.

As we know, until now this format had a maximum of 30 games to be played during the weekend, from Friday morning to Monday, which meant that not a few players could not enjoy having such a limited time frame. Fortunately, due to FIFA 22, this limitation of time and matches is directly eliminated, and in its place there will be a kind of elimination rounds that we can play at any time. Of course, the most important phases of FUT Champions will continue to be played during the weekend.


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