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FIFA 23 Revealed: Cross-Play, Women’s Clubs And More

“The World’s Game” is confirmed! FIFA 23 has been officially revealed by EA Sports, the final title in the FIFA series.

The last edition of the series will be the most expansive FIFA title to date according to the developers.

FIFA 23 next-gen gameplay will be enhanced thanks to HyperMotion2 Technology. Introduced last year, the HyperMotion2 groundbreaking technology allowed developers to capture twice as much real match data for FIFA 23 and introduced over 6000 true-to-life football animations in the game.

For the first time in the series, FIFA 23 will feature women’s club teams and fans will have the opportunity to play with clubs from the Barclays Women’s Super League and Division 1 Arkem at the launch of the game while Frauen-Bundesliga and National Women’s Soccer League will be added at a later date. These leagues will be playable only in Kick Off, Seasons, Co-Op Seasons, Online Friendly and Tournaments.

Players will also be able to experience both men’s and women’s international football in FIFA 23 with FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023 available for free as DLC.

Vastly anticipated and long over due, EA Sports confirmed that cross-play will be available in FIFA 23. With this announcement it was also confirmed that FIFA 23 will be next-gen on PC.

To better understand which online game modes and functionalities are available with the new cross-play feature you can check the following infographic:

Another important thing to specify is that PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Stadia will share the same FUT Transfer Market! While PC and Switch will have their own individual FUT Transfer Pool.

Unfortunately, the infographic also confirms that Pro Clubs will not be cross-play in FIFA 23. This news wasn’t well received by Pro Clubs fans and EA has yet to make a statement on their decision to omit a fan favorite online game mode from the cross-play.

Speaking of Pro Clubs, EA Sports have decided to pair the game mode together with VOLTA for FIFA 23 as both game modes will share the same player progression, animations and customizations.

Career Mode fans will finally be able to play as authentic managers in FIFA 23 while FUT players will enjoy a new chemistry system and a new mode called FUT Moments. Moreover, Ultimate Team will feature more Icons and Heroes than ever before with FUT Heroes receiving a World Cup card version in-game that will be released on November 11th.

More details on these game modes will be revealed in August.

FIFA 23 will be available worldwide on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PC, Stadia, PS4, and Xbox One on September 30. Early access for FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition begins on September 27, 2022.

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