Unlike FIFA 21, gamers on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One cannot update FIFA 22 for new consoles without purchasing the 99-euro Ultimate edition.
The EA revised the rules governing the Dual Entitlement scheme, thereby altering its operation. As the application got less accessible, it became more expensive for players, as EA demonstrated with the following example: If "players purchase the Standard edition of FIFA 22 for PlayStation 4, they will be required to purchase the PlayStation 5 edition in order to play."
In other words, customers will have to purchase the game twice, which would cost roughly 150 euros. Alternatively, you may get the Ultimate version, which includes both game issues, FUT coins, and a variety of additional bonuses.
Last year, FIFA 21 owners were eligible for a free upgrade to the new generation of consoles.
FIFA 22 will be available globally on October 1 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X-124S, PC through Origin and Steam, Stadia, and PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Pre-reservations are already available on this page.