FIFA 22 Web App Release Date And Tips For Making Coins Early
The FIFA 22 Web App is a way of getting ahead of the game on Ultimate Team before the game even comes out, because you can start building your dream team early. Being able to build your Ultimate Team in FIFA 22, open packs, and trade on the market, the Web App can be a good way of building up some easy coins so that you can hit the ground running when the game releases. But how do you use the Web App? When is the FIFA 22 Web App release date? How do you make coins on the Web App? Don't worry, we've got you covered with an extensive guide on everything related to the FIFA 22 Web App so that you can get down to business on the market and come into your first game against friends with a stacked squad.
FIFA 22 Web App Explained
The FIFA 22 Web App is a small version of Ultimate Team, where you can do pretty much everything that is accessible on the main hub, apart from play the actual game.
Players can collect packs, coins, and players from logging in on the Web App, allowing for some early progression to be made. Previous instalments have gifted players with a variety of rewards for using the app, meaning that you're not going into the game blind after whichever one of the FIFA 22 editions you've pre-ordered goes live.
It works just like your main FUT hub. By logging into the app on the EA website, you can link your in-game account to the browser and access your FUT early.
Here, you'll receive the standard starter pack which can be used to get you off and running with a full team of players.
Used well, you'll be able to start building your squad with strong chemistry links and talented pacey players, to give you a head start on FIFA 22 Division Rivals.
FIFA 22 Web App Release Date
The release date for the FIFA 22 Web App has yet to be announced, however, the Web App often comes out roughly two weeks prior to the game coming out.
FIFA 22 is set to be released on October 1, although players who have pre-ordered the Ultimate Edition will be granted early access on September 27, meaning it may land two weeks prior to this release.
Expect the FIFA 22 Web App to launch between September 13 - 17.
FIFA 22 Web App Tips On Making Coins
The main point of the FIFA 22 Web App is to allow savvy players to get their FUT season underway and off to a strong start. With money-making as the main game, the inner capitalist roars within FIFA players, as they look to use the features available to earn rewards that can be reflected in their team.
There are multiple methods of making coins on the Web App, some more simplistic than others:
Free Daily Rewards
The easiest way to get rewards on the FIFA 22 Web App is by simply logging in. Upon the first time you log in, you'll receive a squad pack that contains your starting players, subs, and reserves. Often consisting of one Rare Gold player and a range of accompanying common Golds, Silvers, and Bronzes, you can get some hidden gems provided to you on a plate.
You'll also get a free reward by simply logging in each day, which can vary from wads of coins to small packs, enough for you to drop lucky with some players.
Players who have linked their accounts to previous FIFA titles will also get loyalty packs for showing faith in EA's football game. Depending on the progress in the last title and how many years you've played the game, you'll get some decent rewards that can be reimbursed to your team or on the transfer market.
These rewards will be of a higher standard than any others that you'll get for free.
Squad Building Challenges
Squad Building Challenges (SBC's) are a gold mine waiting to be chipped into, especially by using your opening decks well.
Standard SBC's will likely be available on the FIFA 22 Web App, such as the Hybrid Leagues / Hybrid Nations challenges.
When completed, you'll get great rewards from the packs.
With some SBC's proving quite costly in the first couple of weeks, trading may be a better cost-effective method of making money.
Often, players will have inflated prices at the start of the FIFA year, meaning tradeable cards can be very rewarding. Keeping an eye on the market is crucial, especially with cards that you own.
The standard "quick sell" price is roughly 300-400 coins for non-rare Golds, whilst rare Golds will be 600 coins and more. However, on the market, these will likely be 800-1000 and 2,000 onwards for the respective rarities.
Searching for rares that are on the market cheap will also be beneficial if you're quick enough to snap them up. As long as you're making more than 5% (FIFA tax) profit on buying and selling cards, you'll be on the way to making a mountain of coins in no time.
Oh also, packing Messi or Ronaldo will help. Good luck.
You can read more about FIFA 22 on the official website, and check out the rest of our FIFA 22 guides below: