FIFA 23 Is Branded The “Biggest FIFA Ever”

Update: FIFA 23 is scheduled to release on September 30, as revealed in the recent trailer for the game from EA. Players that pre-order FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition by August 21 get a FIFA World Cup FUT Hero item, as well as up to three days of early access to the game.

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FIFA 23 is branded the “Biggest FIFA Ever” the official reveal will be in the next couple of weeks. FIFA 23 will be EA’s last ever FIFA title, but that hasn’t stopped the publisher from branding the game as the “biggest FIFA ever”. Hypermotion 2 is the next evolution of EA’s Hypermotion technology which has improved graphics, animations, and gameplay.

Some of these improvements include advanced impact physics, technical dribbling, full team authentic motion, and new hyper-realistic pitches. One source had said that you can see the grass moving and bending during sliding, for example.

In addition to the technology upgrades, PC will finally be able to play with next-generation consoles; PS5, Xbox Series X|S with crossplay. Women’s football club integration will also be coming to the game to create a more equitable future.

On top of this, FIFA 23 will be the most connected FIFA in the series’ history. Both men’s and women’s FIFA World Cup experiences will be available in the same year. Earlier this year, I had reported on Twitter that the WSL, NWSL, D1, and Frauen-Bundesliga leagues were coming to the game, with more expected to come too. 

FIFA 23 will be the last FIFA title released by EA, with the publisher opting to release its new EA SPORTS FC series instead. EA has described the FC SPORTS FC series as an “exciting new era”, whilst still giving players the same great experiences such as modes, tournaments, clubs, athletes, and more thanks to the publisher’s 300+ license agreements.

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