Through the official preview of FIFA 22 on July 11, we have learned many details about the new EA SPORTS title. We tell you everything you should know about Hypermotion, Dual Entitlement and Crossplay.
The leaks and information FIFA 22 appears to increase each day as we get closer to the game’s launch. Even more so that EA finally made the official reveal from the advance of July. Thanks to this we have had a great deal of information about its new Hypermotion motion capture technology. It promises to create “new animations in real time”.
This has been one of the biggest mysteries of the game after the reveal of the cover and the trailer itself. This is how the FIFA 22 system will be!
FIFA 22 Hypermotion explained
The gameplay that was shown to us in July was focused on showing us the Hypermotion. You could even say that the new technology is really the star of the FIFA 22 cover this year, rather than Mbappe.
To achieve the realism shown by the Hypermotion system, EA put two teams of professional soccer players in the “Xsens” suit. These are black jumpsuits with accessories that allow to capture the movement of 22 footballers playing a match at high intensity (two teams of 11). Once the developers get the images all they have to do is enter a “machine learning algorithm“.
And how does all this translate? Well apparently FIFA 22 thanks to Hypermotion will be able to create new animations on the go to get “a structured realistic system”.
However, that is not all. There is also an artificial intelligence (AI) “deeper and more tactical”. This has improved controls for handling and control of the ball, launching, aerial heads and even improvements in player environmental behavior.
However, the improved AI was mentioned along the same lines as the “next-gen consoles.” Therefore, it will be necessary to see that the players who are still on PS4 and Xbox One they will be able to access it.
Stay tuned! We will expand the news as we have more news.
This article is generated from feed and is not edited by our editors, 📰Source