FIFA 23 has been announced: trailer, price, pre-order, PC System requirements, cross-play, and Womens Leagues

FIFA 23 has been announced: trailer, price, pre-order, PC System requirements, cross-play, and Women ...

FIFA 23's official first look teases all of the new FIFA features coming to the annual football simulation game. For the first time in the series, EA Sports has included womens club teams as well as cross-play support allowing for seamless play between PlayStation, Xbox, and Windows systems. As a result of disagreements with the global FIFA federation, FIFA 23 will be the last game to include the FIFA logo.

FIFA 23 will feature two major women's leagues the FA Womens Super League and the French Division 1 Feminine, which EA will develop further in the future. Sam Kerr's cover reveal from earlier this week, accompanied by Paris Saint-Germains Kylian Mbappe, served as a dead giveaway of what to expect from this years FIFA.

EA Sports has included two official World Cup modes on FIFA 23, which will be available as post-launch updates for free. With the upcoming 2022 FIFA Qatar World Cup, the Mens tournament will be based in Qatar (as in real life with the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup), while the Womens cup will share stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. The 2023 FIFA Womens World Cup will be held in Oceania.

FIFA 23 has added cross-play support, allowing for smooth gameplay across many platforms, as you face off against random players on the server. Interestingly, this years FIFA can also be purchased via the Epic Games Store, although an Origin account will be required for login and CD key verification.

FIFA 23 claims to improve its motion capture technology thanks to the new Hypermotion2 Technology, which combines actual 11v11 recordings with machine learning to create realistic movement. The control scheme and layout for freekicks are changing once more, with a player statistic box and an xG (expected goal) panel that forecast goal-scoring opportunities.

FIFA 23 is now available for pre-order.

The FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition includes 1 FUT Team of the Week Player, Kylian Mbappe Loan Item (for 5 FUT matches), and FUT Ambassador Loan Player Pick (for 3 FUT matches). FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition includes three days of early access, 4,600 FIFA Points, and a limited-time FIFA World Cup FUT Hero Player Item.

FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition is priced at Rs. 4,799 on Steam and Epic Games, and Rs. 6,499 on Xbox Store and PlayStation Store, and the Ultimate Edition has access to both PS4 and PS5 versions of the game. You can save ten percent with EA Play on both FIFA 23 editions on consoles.

Due to a financial disagreement with the FIFA governing body, EA Sports would no longer be associated with the FIFA tag. The current contract expires next summer, after which the franchise is renamed to EA Sports FC.

FIFA 23 minimum PC system requirements

FIFA 23 has recommended PC system requirements.

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 10
  • Processor (AMD): Ryzen 7 2700X or equivalent
  • Processor (Intel): Core i7 6700 or equivalent
  • Memory: 12 GB
  • Graphics card (AMD): Radeon RX 5600 XT or equivalent
  • Graphics card (NVIDIA): GeForce GTX 1660 or equivalent
  • DirectX: 12 Compatible video card or equivalent
  • Online Connection Requirements: 512 kbps or faster Internet connection
  • Hard-drive space: 100 GB

The release date for FIFA 23 has been set.

FIFA 23 is available on PC, PS4, PS5, and Xbox Series S/X starting September 30, and Purchasing the Ultimate Edition or joining EA Play Pro gets you three days early access starting September 27. FIFA 23 Legacy Edition will be available on Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One is available.

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