The long-running football franchise will undergo some exciting changes with the release of FIFA 23.
On September 30, 2022, FIFA 23 will be released, keeping with the series’ customary Fall release schedule. Naturally, the FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition will also offer early access beginning on Tuesday, September 27. The game will be available on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Google Stadia, Xbox Series X, PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series S.
As the 30th and last FIFA game produced by EA SPORTS, the company has confirmed the release dates for both the Standard and Ultimate versions of the game.
The game that will signal the end of an era for EA is FIFA 23. It was previously suggested that FIFA 22 might be the final FIFA game, but it has now been made official that EA Sports is terminating its 30-year partnership with FIFA. As a result, making FIFA 23 is the final title in the series under the FIFA moniker; moving forward, it will be known as EA Sports FC.
However, it appears that EA is keen to end the name on a high note. EA has confirmed that the game would include cross-play, the World Cup, the Women’s World Cup, and, for the first time, women’s club teams now that it has been formally announced. In FIFA 23, there are more than 19,000 players, 700+ teams, 100+ stadiums, and 30+ leagues, so you may spend hours enjoying this new authenticity. With an official release date of September 30, we can expect to learn a lot about FIFA 23’s new features, Career Mode, and Ultimate Team during the coming months.
Official Reveal Trailer A brand-new trailer for FIFA 23 was released in July 2022, revealing the game’s September release date as well as some of its intriguing new features. Watch it for yourself in the link down below.
You may get access to FIFA 23, three days early on September 27 if you buy the Ultimate Edition, while those who buy the Standard Edition can start having fun on September 30. Gamers will be delighted about the launch of Hypermotion 2 technology since it seeks to more accurately reproduce the moves that players do on the pitch. That hopefully doesn’t imply that whenever you face Everton at Goodison Park, we have to put up with Jordan Pickford yelling at his defenders.