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NHL 22 Patch Addresses Gameplay Hiccups

EA Sports is set to release the latest update for NHL 22. Patch 1.3.1 isn’t the largest, but it does address a few small issues with gameplay.

Included in the patch are:

  • Improvements to goalies when on the post and shots are coming in at tight angles and from behind the goal line
  • Fixed an issue where in some cases players higher rated in faceoffs were losing to lower rated players in tie breaks in the mechanic
  • Improvements to interceptions and pass disruptions.

As said, it’s not the largest patch but does address a few sticking points within NHL 22’s gameplay. This is the first update to the game since the larger title update brought roster sharing into the fold for the first time.

What do you still hope to see addressed in NHL 22? Let us know in the comment section below and stick with Sports Gamers Online for more information.

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Brian Seel
Brian Seel
5 months ago

I’d like to see the chemistry system fixed. Coaches strategies don’t vary enough, then the scouting lags a coaching change meaning to make any moves you are flying blind. It adds up to being forced to play a system you may not want to play and you lack the scouring to make the moves to maximize chemistry. Have never seen anything like it in 30 years of gaming.