FIFA 22 just got released after months of wait by eager fans around the world. Not that it wasn’t expected to come out or anything because it’s an annual franchise; but hey, it’s here now. So get playing with the newest installment to the FIFA franchise to see a football game get closer to the real thing just like every other year. You can even try it for 10 hours with EA Play. But there’s no point in doing that if you’re experiencing FPS issues in FIFA 22.
Fortunately, we have many methods to that address and fix these FPS issues that you might be having. By following our methods, you will definitely see a noticeable performance increase in your game and will make it more stable. In this article, we will explain exactly how you can boost your FPS in FIFA 22. The best part is that you don’t need to even install any application to do so.
Before you attempt any of the solutions mentioned below, you have to make sure that your PC meets the minimum system requirements for FIFA 22. If it does not, there’s no point in attempting any of the solutions, as your PC simply won’t be able to run the game. Even if one of your hardware components does not match the minimum requirements, then the game will run into problems.
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 660 2GB or AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB
Storage: 50 GB available space
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10 – 64-Bit
Processor: Intel i5-3550 @ 3.40GHz or AMD FX 8150 @ 3.6GHz
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 or AMD Radeon R9 270X
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 50 GB available space
Step #1: Update Graphics card drivers
This isn’t so much a step than it is a pre-requisite. As always, we would firstly recommend updating your specific Graphics Card drivers to ensure you are on the latest stable release to play FIFA 22.
There might not be a new driver update but it could be that you are running on old graphics drivers so you should update them in that case too. You can download the most up-to-date drivers from your GPU manufacturer’s website: AMD/NVIDIA. To do a clean install of GPU drivers, you can use Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) which completely removes components that were part of the original driver installation package. Then you can install your new Graphics Card drivers. Reboot Windows and try launching the game again.
Step #2: Set program to high priority
If you are experiencing FPS issues in FIFA 22 then it might be because your CPU isn’t giving attention and love to it. If that’s the case then you can change this in the Task Manager.
Press Ctrl+Shift+Esc to open the Task Manager.
Go to the Details tab and find the game process.
Right-click it and set the priority to High. It is recommended that you do not set it to Realtime.
Step #3: Change Graphics settings
If you have an Nvidia GPU then you can right-click your Desktop to open the NVIDIA Control Panel and do the following:
Click the small “+” icon next to “3D Settings“
Click on Manage 3D settings.
Go to the Program Settings tab.
Find and choose FIFA 22from the list under Select a program to customize.
Change the power management mode to performance mode.
Turn off Image Sharpening mode as this could tremendously require GPUusage.
Enable Threaded Optimization.
If you have an AMD GPU then you can right-click your Desktop to open the AMD Radeon Settings and do the following:
In Radeon Software, click on the Gear icon then select Graphics from the sub-menu and select FIFA 22.
Turn off all post-processing options such as Radeon Anti-Lag, Radeon Chill, and Radeon Boost.
Turn off Wait for Vertical Refresh.
Choose Performance Mode for Texture Filtering Quality.
Turn on Surface Format Optimization.
Step #4: Disable Game Mode
If you’re using Windows 10, Game Mode will probably already be enabled on your PC by default. The primary purpose of Game Mode is to optimize the gaming performance of your PC by prioritizing the game over any other background processes. But it does the exact opposite of what it was supposed to do and causes FPS issues in many games.
Go to Settings in Windows 10.
Select Gaming in the menu.
Select Game Mode in the side-bar.
Turn Game Mode off.
If you have followed all the steps above, then you should not be getting any more FPS issues in FIFA 22. Let us know in the comments below if this guide helped you to fix the problem you were facing. You can read our other articles related to the game here: