How To Fix FIFA 22 Xbox Series S Resolution Issue?
FIFA 22 is having resolution issue on Xbox Series S and many users are searching for a fix or a solution.
FIFA 22 players on Xbox Series S are experiencing resolution issue on Xbox Series S. As mentioned in the official discussion boards, the Xbox Series S version of the game appears to increase the game’s resolution from 720p to 1080p, resulting in significant blurring when navigating FIFA 22 menus and playing the game yourself.
Is there any fix for FIFA 22 Xbox resolution issue?
FIFA 22 has finally kicked off the new football season of Electronic Arts, with the last chapter of the famous simulator available for just a few days. All FIFA Ultimate Team players are preparing to take the field again, especially owners of next-gen PS5 and Xbox Series X|S consoles.
Now, according to reports, it appears that a specific version of the game has gotten under the magnifying glass, but for the wrong reasons. More specifically, we talk about a problem related to the resolution of FIFA 22 for the Xbox Series S, which has now become the subject of an investigation by EA.
As reported by many EA forum users, FIFA 22 players on Xbox Series S are facing resolution issues for the time being, as the Xbox version upscales everything from 720p to 1080p, resulting in a blurry image when navigating menus and during the game itself.
The EA forums were filled with comments on the matter and after 89 pages of comments indicating how little attention the developers seemed to be devoting to the matter, one of those in charge of solving the problem decided to talk about the matter:
We’re still investigating this issue and will provide an update as soon as we have one. It’s most definitely not being ignored. We’re trying to get this resolved as quickly as we can. Thanks!
Apparently, EA immediately started investigating why all this is happening and that the company will provide an update as soon as it gets the chance, perhaps after identifying the real cause of the problem. We will update this article once we hear anything about the fix, so keep checking on this page quite often.