EA is looking for dedicated fans to take part in the closed NHL 22 technical test. The new part of the hockey simulation has not been announced yet, but its release is expected this fall on the PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
Selected players will receive a code to activate the game later this month. The technical test applies to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X / S consoles. Participants will not be able to share videos and screenshots, as well as streaming.
The developers hope that players will report any bugs and provide feedback. If you want to take the test, head to the EA website, choose a platform, fill in information about yourself (email, date of birth, and country) and hopefully you will receive an email.
Take part in the NHL 22 technical test and be among the first to try out the latest ways to play. We've worked hard on NHL 22, and one of our main concerns is to bring you the best gaming experience possible when the game is released. That's why we ask you for help, " informs EA.
Unfortunately, there is no information on what to expect from NHL 22. A few months ago, there were reports on the Internet that EA Sports was finally switching to the Frostbite engine for hockey (as well as for the FIFA and Madden NFL series), but I would rather not count on it much. Nor would I count on a computer version.