FIFA 23 news, beta release predictions, and Ultimate Team information.
After months of speculation, it is now official that EA Sports FC will be renamed the series from 2023 after the two companies parted ways with FIFA earlier this year.
FIFA 23 is a game called ‘the World’s Game. It will feature improved physics and graphics and women’s club football integration. This includes a FIFA World Cup for women.
READ These significant changes are coming to FIFA 23’s Career Mod
The game has also seen some significant changes, with HyperMotion 2 being an updated version of EA’s HyperMotion.
Thanks to the state-of-the-art motion capture software, this allows for more realistic and detailed movement. We will go into detail about it further down the article.
FIFA 23 Career Mode also has many new features. You can now play as real managers like Pep Guardiola. There are also improved menus and a Transfer Analyst that provides insight into your negotiation abilities.
Ultimate Team is witnessing the largest market shake-up in years. With the announcement that the Xbox and PS markets will be combined across platforms, it’s not distinct, Ultimate Team sees the market experience as the most significant.
It hasn’t been all positive news. After EA announced that Pro Clubs would not have crossplay support in FIFA 23, the FIFA Pro Clubs community claimed their beloved mode was not getting the attention it deserves.
FIFA 23 will feature 19,000+ players, 700+ clubs, 100 stadiums and 30+ leagues. There will also be more emphasis on women’s soccer than ever before. Here’s all you need to know about FIFA 23.
FIFA 23 Latest News
EA announced several changes to FIFA 23’s Career Mode on August 1. While some of the changes are minor but welcomed, others focus on more extensive improvements to the UI that will draw more gamers into the game. Here for a detailed overview of all the new features in FIFA23 Career Mode.
The announcement was generally well received by fans. However, some were still disappointed.
EA explored their Hypermotion 2 game engine, crossplay,, and prior to the Career Mode deep dive. FIFA 23 offers crossplay support for various modes but not Pro Clubs, as we’ll discover later.