EA Sports wants to say goodbye to the FIFA series in a big way. At least that’s what the developers of FIFA 23 promise, which will be the latest installment in the series, developed in collaboration with FIFA.
After the developers unveiled the cover art for their new soccer game, EA Sports has officially announced FIFA 23. The publisher has also released a trailer for the title.
Recall that this will be the last game from Electronic Arts, signed by the FIFA logo. Subsequent parts of the series will be released under the name EA Sports FC. At the same time, EA Sports promised that this year, so to speak, the farewell release of the series will be the best and largest in the history of the brand.
What can we expect? For the first time, FIFA 23 will feature women’s club teams, as well as their own leagues and the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Of course, we will also receive updated men’s squads.
In total, the game will feature over 19,000 players, 100 stadiums, over 700 teams and 30 leagues. We will also be able to test all this in online competitions with users of several platforms thanks to crossplay.
In addition to seasonal updates, FIFA 23 will also offer more realistic animations thanks to improved HyperMotion technology. The developers also promise many new features and improved game mechanics, including dribbling, shooting and acceleration systems. More details will be revealed soon.
FIFA 23 launches September 30 on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, as well as Google Stadia and Nintendo Switch. Buyers of the Ultimate Edition will have access to the game a little earlier, they will be able to start playing from September 27th.