Expected for September 30, EA Sports has finally unveiled the first information on FIFA 23, the latest game stamped FIFA by Electronic Arts. Indeed, from next year, the football games of the American publisher will bear the name of EA Sports FC. For this last last stand, EA promises us one of the best and most ambitious FIFA games. Discover now all the information you need to know about this title!
When will FIFA 23 be released?
FIFA 23 is expected to release on September 30. Early access will be available for select players starting September 27.
On which consoles will FIFA 23 be released?
FIFA 23 is expected on PC and consoles. Specifically, the game will be available on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PC, Google Stadia, PS4, and Xbox One. Obviously, there should not be an “essential” version on Switch this year.
What will be the weight of the game on consoles?
To date, we have no more information regarding the weight of FIFA 23 on PC and consoles. Generally, FIFA games weigh on average 40GB. It will probably be necessary to count on this space for this new opus.
Will there be multiple editions of FIFA 23?
Yes, Electronic Arts has already confirmed two editions for FIFA 23: the standard edition and the ultimate edition. The standard edition will only offer the game, on PC, PS5 or PS4, Xbox Series X/S or Xbox One. As for the ultimate edition, the latter will allow players to access several advantages such as:
- Three days of early access (starting September 27)
- One untradeable FUT Hero World Cup player (if pre-ordered before August 21)
- An untradeable player from TOTW 1
- A non-tradable player OTW
- One FUT Ambassador Loan Player Pick
- Kylian Mbappé card on loan
- 4600 FIFA points
- What will be the price of FIFA 23 and its ultimate edition?
- Electronic Arts has already revealed the official price of the two editions of FIFA 23. For the standard edition, it will cost €59.99.
- While the ultimate edition will be offered at a price of €79.99.
What will be the single player game modes of FIFA 23?
Like every year, this new opus of FIFA will allow players to access a variety of improvements and innovations through the different game modes, including Career Mode, Pro Clubs, VOLTA FOOTBALL (street football) , but also access to the Champions League and various competitions.
FIFA 23 will also benefit from a new coaching system in the Training Center which will offer new and experienced players the opportunity to easily learn the fundamentals of the game and improve their skills before embarking on a match.
For the first time, players will have the opportunity to play both the men’s and women’s FIFA World Cups within the same game, with the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar and the 2023 FIFA World Cup in Australia and New Zealand , for which more details will be revealed at a later date.
In total, FIFA 23 will offer you 19,000 players across more than 700 teams in more than 100 stadiums and more than 30 leagues. FIFA 23 will be the only game that will allow you to play the iconic UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Europa Conference League, CONMEBOL Libertadores, CONMEBOL Sudamericana, Premier League, Bundesliga, and LaLiga Santander within the same game.
In a recent video, Electronic Arts shared new information about FIFA 23’s Career Mode. The latter will once again be more extensive than the previous one, with new possibilities for players. More than ever, as a player, you will have to manage your career, make decisions to sign a contract, to be officially presented to your new club, choose to go (or not) to training etc…
As a manager, you will be able to choose to embody emblematic coaches such as Pep Guardiola, Antonio Conte, Steven Gerrard, Patrick Vierra or Thomas Tuchel!
What will be the multiplayer game modes of FIFA 23?
The iconic FIFA Ultimate Team mode will of course be back in FIFA 23 with some new features. It will always be possible to access the online leagues to climb and reach the first division, without forgetting the Pro Clubs to play alone or with your friends online.
Who will be the FIFA 23 commentators?
Great novelty, after many years of loyal service, Hervé Mathoux passes the torch. For FIFA 23, Omar Da Fonseca and Benjamin Da Silva will be the new French commentators. They are currently the commentators for LaLiga matches on BeIN SPORTS France. They will bring “their unparalleled energy, togetherness, personality, humor, and distinctive tirades to the football franchise”.
Who are the FIFA 23 ambassadors?
For the third consecutive year, Kylian Mbappé will be the ambassador of FIFA 23 and will appear on the cover of the game. The big news this year is that for the first time, a player will also be highlighted. Female athlete Samantha Kerr will be on the cover, and for the first time FIFA 23 will feature club teams with the inclusion of Barclays Women’s Super League and Division 1 Arkema!
We learned today that Ted Lasso, the star of the Apple TV+ series would be in FIFA 23! But he won’t arrive alone, since Ted will be accompanied by his entire team in the EA Sports game!
FIFA 23 soundtrack
Like every year EA Sports is preparing a good big soundtrack for FIFA 23. This year, the game will be in collaboration with Spotify to offer us the best music! A total of 57 new songs from fan-favorite artists including FKA Twigs, Flume, MILKBLOOD, Phoenix, Sampa The Great, ODESZA, and more. The playlist features a wide variety of sounds, ranging from Angolan pop singer PONGO, British alternative hip-hop group Gorillaz, and others…
FIFA 23 encore plus inclusif ?
Yes, this year, FIFA is thinking big. In this new installment, EA Sports will highlight women’s club teams for the first time with the inclusion of Barclays Women’s Super League and Division 1 Arkema at launch, to extend its rank as an experience of most authentic football in the world. It will be possible to experience the 2023 FIFA World Cup™ in Australia and New Zealand through post-launch updates at no additional cost.
A HyperMotion update?
Yes, HyperMotion is a new technology that arrived on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S with FIFA 22. Electronic Arts announces that FIFA 23 will benefit from HyperMotion 2 and a more realistic graphics system which has unlocked everything an array of new features making the gaming experience more immersive than ever.
Player and team movements across the pitch are even more responsive, smart and authentic, whether protecting the ball from defenders or duelling an attacker in the air as a goalkeeper. Players can also expect an all-new intelligent dribbling system, a smoother and more natural transition when shooting, new acceleration mechanics, improvements in player placements, and much more.
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