After officially confirming its Nintendo Switch release, we now have information on how much space FIFA 22 Nintendo Switch Legacy Edition will take up when it launches on 1 October on the hybrid console for €39.99.
This will be around 13 GB, as shared on the official eShop website. Don’t forget that this is the size of the digital version we’ll need to have free if we want to download it from the eShop, a considerable size. Remember that the game will also be released in physical format and below you can see the boxart:
Powered by Football, FIFA 22 Legacy Edition for EA SPORTS on Nintendo Switch will include the most up-to-date kits, clubs and squads from the top leagues. It will also include some of the world’s most famous stadiums and new stadiums from FIFA 22. Features and game modes will be the same as FIFA 21 on Nintendo Switch.
FIFA 22 Legacy Edition will feature the same gameplay innovations as FIFA 21 with no new development changes or significant improvements.
FIFA 22 Legacy Edition will feature an updated visual identity with a redesigned user interface and menus. The broadcast overlay packs will be updated across all modes.
FIFA 22 will include the following game modes with the same features as FIFA 21.
- Quick Match
- Career Mode
- Tournaments – Both licensed and custom tournaments, including the UEFA Champions League
- Women’s World Cup
- Skill games
- Online Seasons
- Online friendlies
- Local Seasons
FIFA ULTIMATE TEAM
FIFA Ultimate Team will include:
- Manager Tasks
- Single-player and online seasons
- Single-player and online tournaments
- Single-player and online drafts
- Online Ultimate Draft
- Squad creation challenges
This game includes optional virtual currency purchases that can be used to purchase a random selection of virtual in-game items.
The game requires a download of at least 14 GB via an Internet connection. You may also need to create or link a Nintendo account. Depending on storage, a microSD card may be required. Storage requirements may change.