FIFA 23

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FIFA 23 Details

  • Release Date 30 September 2022
  • Publisher Electronic Arts
  • Developer EA Romania,EA Canada
  • Series FIFA
  • Game Modes Single-player
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FIFA 23 Review

By Akhil Arora (Sep 30, 2022)
Akhil Arora
  • Good
  • Better, more equipped AI (new-gen only)
  • Cross-platform play
  • PC on par with new-gen
  • Volta, Pro Clubs progression merged
  • Allows five substitutions
  • Bad
  • Impossible long shots, curlers
  • Cross-play is frustratingly limited
  • Women?s teams can?t play men?s
  • No women players in FUT
  • FUT pay-to-win behaviour ignored
  • Power Shot feels arcade-y
  • New corners, penalties unintuitive
  • FUT Moments brings third FUT currency
  • Playable Highlights are a joke
  • Five substitutions not allowed in Online Friendlies

FIFA 23 — out now worldwide — is the last football game from EA Sports to bear the FIFA moniker. With the global footballing body demanding a pretty penny for renewing the licence, Electronic Arts has decided to tear up the contract altogether. But as it was going to expire in late 2022, around the time of the Qatar World Cup and in the middle of FIFA 23's run, EA and FIFA have had the common sense to extend it for several more months. This ensures that the new (and last) FIFA game won't be rebranded midway through the season to the awkwardly and laughable choice of “EA Sports FC”. That's still set to happen next year, starting with FIFA 24 — I mean, EA Sports FC 24 — so be prepared for the memes to follow. For now, there's calm and consistency.

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