NHL 22 Update Patch Notes for October 22

Fixing crashes and desyncs.

October 22, 2021

NHL 22 gets a new update on PS4 and PS5 that could finally allow you to get rid of desyncs and crashes in the game. The patch will be available for Xbox players at a later date.

Every year, Electronic Arts launches a new entry of the NHL series in silence, and to be honest, the game doesn’t make significant progress year after year, and you can get it from the media reactions and community feedback loud and clear.

Based on what we saw from reviews, NHL 22 doesn’t seem to be anywhere close to the best entry of the franchise. However, it’s currently the only annually-releasing Hockey simulator game on the market, so, players actually don’t have many choices here.

Today, EA Sports launched a new update for NHL 22 on PlayStation consoles. This new patch fixes the desync and crash problems of the game. Unfortunately, the patch notes don’t provide detailed insight into the exact fixed issued.

NHL 22 | Launch Trailer

NHL 22 | Launch Trailer

NHL 22 Update for October 22 – Patch Notes

  • This update fixes various desyncs and crashes.

As revealed by the developer, the same update will be available earlier next week for Xbox consoles as well. Now, it’s not clear whether more time for Xbox means more fixes or not

In other news from NHL 22, the game received its Roster update yesterday, which changes the Overall rating of players and their specific attributes based on the real-world matches that played in the NHL league.

NHL 22 is now available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S. If you are an EA Play or Xbox Game Pass subscriber, you can play NHL 22 for up to 10 hours for free before attempting to purchase it.

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