FIFA 23’s official trailer and release date have been made public. FIFA 23, the newest game in EA’s legendary FIFA football series, is slated to arrive later this year. With the promise that it would be the most interactive and overall grandest entry ever, EA is commemorating its final game to bear the FIFA brand.
The FIFA series’ upcoming installment, FIFA 23, is destined to be its final one as well, because EA has previously said it would rename it as EA Sports FC In the meantime, the curiosity for FIFA 23 is already at an all-time high, and is expected to be the largest and best edition of the game yet.
FIFA 23 game features revealed so far
FIFA 23 brings features never before seen in Football videogames, whether on the field or in the backroom exploring different choices in career mode, and it is arriving with crossplay 1V1 format. FIFA 23 will be the first title in the FIFA series to feature crossplay.
The game is stepping it up and showcasing EA’s progression with the series thanks to enhanced physics, aesthetics, and for the first time, women’s club football inclusion, along with a realistic women’s FIFA World Cup.
EA has improved its HyperMotion 2 motion capture technique, giving players a more realistic appearance. With the help of this technique, over 6,000 lifelike graphics from real match clips may be added to the game.
The improved mechanics control your passing, scoring, and movement. A new skill-based risk-reward shooting system, more understandable free kicks, strikes, and corner kicks are a few of these enhancements. These changes offer the action more control and add another degree of complexity to a more convincing physics engine.
FIFA 23 Pre-order and release date
On September 30, FIFA 23 will be officially launched, as was revealed in the announcement trailer. Players may get early access to the game starting September 27, by pre-ordering the Ultimate Edition.
The pre-order editions of FIFA 23 will be offered for sale when EA makes the game public. Players may employ chosen platform’s digital stores, such as the Playstation, Microsoft Store, or Steam, in addition to more traditional retailers like Amazon or GameStop. Although, there is currently no information available on how EA Play Early Access will be managed this year, however it is assumed that it will be managed similarly to past releases.