FIFA 23 release trailer is finally out and EA Sports have announced the release date for both the Standard and Ultimate Editions of the game.
The trailer has revealed a lot of new information that was previously unannounced.
Firstly, this is the first time that a FIFA game will include both footballing World Cups.
Fans will finally be able to play through both the Women’s and the Men’s World Cup as part of FIFA 23.
This reflects EA Sports new stance on the branding where Chelsea’s Sam Kerr will feature on covers alongside three time cover star Kylian Mbappé.
It will also feature both the French and British women’s football leagues, so you will have more options if you wish to play using a female team.
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There will also be cross-play for players across various consoles.
This is split into two groups of older and more modern gaming setups.
PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC, and Google Stadia players will be able to enter into online matches with others on any of these consoles or hardware.
PlayStation 4, and Xbox One owners can still enjoy crossplay but only across these two consoles.
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A Legacy Edition will also be released for Nintendo Switch.
The official release dates were also announced for FIFA 23.
Ultimate Edition players will gain access three days early on September 27, while those who purchase the Standard Edition can start to play from September 30.
Alongside upgraded graphics, as previously mentioned FIFA 23 will use Hypermotion 2 technology.
This new motion capture technology aims to better replicate the actions which players take on the field.
The trailer is live now on EA Sports official YouTube channel where fans can see a first look at FIFA 23’s gameplay for themselves.
This is the 30th and the last FIFA game developed by EA SPORTS.
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The studio announced that it would be cutting ties with the football federation and the series will be called EA Sports FC going forward.
FIFA plans to continue making games with a new studio, though no deal has been made at the time of writing.
Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.
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