Unfortunately, for players playing FIFA 22 on their Nintendo Switch, the FUT mode is not functioning properly as of now. So, here we are to provide you with all the details about this bug and discuss some temporary workarounds. Here’s everything you need to know.
FIFA 22’s popularity has been degrading day by day due to the ongoing issues with the game. No doubt the game offers a very real-life experience of the sport, but with the current in-game bugs, FIFA 22 is barely a title to invest your time on. Well, that doesn’t mean it is not good. It definitely is a worthy title to play but not right now. In this article, we will be featuring an issue in FIFA 22 where players can’t access the FUT mode in the game on their Nintendo Switch. For more details, continue reading.
FIFA 22 FUT mode not working on Nintendo Switch: Temporary Workarounds?
So, according to recent reports from players, the FUT mode in FIFA 22 is not working properly on the Nintendo Switch. On the official EA Support forum, a player shared that he can’t even open the FUT mode in-game as it shows “cannot connect to servers”. Well, one of the main attractions of the game is the FUT mode and if players cannot access that, it will only result in a lower player base as many will be leaving the game for good. So, we have come up with some temporary workarounds that seem to be working for some players. To gain access to the FUT mode in FIFA 22 on your Nintendo Switch, follow the given steps:
- First of all, make sure you have an active and stable internet connection while playing FIFA 22. If there is no problem with your Wifi speed, then consider changing your wifi or switch to a mobile hotspot. This has worked for many players so we recommend you do so.
- Also, it has been suggested by some players that exiting and re-entering the FUT mode(Ultimate Team) about 10 times partially fixes the error. The game will show the opening starter pack scene after trying this.
However, if nothing worked for you then all you can do is clear the saved data of the game, clear the cache, and even reinstall the game on your Nintendo Switch. All the mentioned steps should fix this bug for you. If not, then wait for the devs to come with a fix but until then, this is all we can suggest. For more guides and information on new games, make sure to stay tuned with us on AndroidGram.