This month, FIFA 22 is continuing to deliver exciting new content in Ultimate Team.
With a Love Unites pack, players in EA SPORTS FIFA 22 can now celebrate and show their support for Pride 2022 this month.
In solidarity and celebration of the LGBTQIA+ community’s past and present, EA SPORTS has partnered with Adidas to bring their Pride Collection from the real world into the game.
The resulting Pride 2022 collection is inspired by pop art and graphic design from the 1970s and 1980s, as well as highly regarded LGBTQIA+ voices.
The new pack will be available in two game modes: FIFA 22, FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT), and VOLTA Football. Scroll down to check out the amazing design.
Adidas unveiled a collaboration with Kris Andrew Small, an artist and designer from Sydney, Australia, who is known for creating bold works of art with a joyful explosion of colours and patterns, last month.
Now, for Pride 2022, Adidas is bringing its long-running Love Unites platform to the world of EA SPORTS FIFA where players can select items from Adidas following the recent announcement of the 2022 Pride Collection which will be available to wear in-game and use in two separate game modes of FIFA 22 beginning on the 10th June.
Players in FUT can obtain the Love Unites pack by completing milestone objectives as the pack in VOLTA Football is unlocked through seasonal progression as players take to the game and play throughout the month of Pride.
In VOLTA Football, the collection includes a Love Unites branded t-shirt, tracksuit, hoodie, and Ultraboost sneakers, as well as a series of bright, vibrant, and bold kits in FUT, including the signature Tiro pride gender-neutral jersey, as well as some specially designed in-game stadium takeover pieces for June.
There is no easier way to give your club a makeover and show support during Pride than by unlocking these special items. The pack is available for players to unlock now.
Meanwhile, EA Sports FC is a brand new title announced by EA Sports that will replace the FIFA franchise in the developer’s eyes.
FIFA will continue to exist in some capacity in the future, according to President Gianni Infantino’s statement following the split.
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