FIFA 22 Update 1.15 Patch Notes Today (December 9)
Title update 3.1 is now available for consoles!
A brand new FIFA 22 update was deployed earlier today (December 9) and brings title update 3.1 to consoles following its PC release just a few days ago.
Fans won’t find any huge changes in store following the December 9 update as it’s a bit of a lacklustre one. The FIFA Direct Communication Twitter account did note that some players were experiencing issues accessing FUT 21 and FUT 22 following today’s patch, but those issues have reportedly been resolved.
You can check out the full patch notes for the December 9 FIFA 22 update below.
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What’s New In Today’s FIFA 22 Update?
As mentioned previously, today’s FIFA 22 update isn’t a massive one. The only change in title update 3.1 is that Prime ICON player item assets have been added, but won’t be available in-game until a future server update.
When the aforementioned server update will go live has yet to be announced. The update was previously made available for the PC version of Steam but has since been released for all supported consoles. You can check out the full patch notes for today’s update further down this article.
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FIFA 22 Title Update #3.1 Patch Notes
Below you will find the official patch notes for the December 9 FIFA 22 title update, which is now available on all consoles.
The latest Title Update is now available for the PC (Origin/Steam) version of FIFA 22 and includes the change below. Title Update #3.1 will soon be available for the PS5/PS4/XSX|S/X1/Stadia versions of FIFA 22.
FIFA Ultimate Team
Made the following change:
- Added Prime ICON Player Item assets.
- Prime ICON Player Items will start becoming available in-game following a server update in the near future.
Thanks to everyone who provided feedback. Throughout the FIFA 22 season, we’ll provide you with more updates if and when they become available. Be sure to follow @EAFIFADIRECT on Twitter and the EASF Tracker for the latest updates.