FIFA 23 premieres trailer, release date and confirms new cross-play and two world cups

EA wants to make its latest FIFA as special as possible this fall on PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Stadia.

The countdown to FIFA 23 has begun, and from EA Sports they have revealed this afternoon several details of their latest FIFA, this first wave being everything related to cross play, the two world cups that will be present in the game, women’s soccer and HyperMotion 2, the new game technology. But before going into flour, the soccer simulator shares a trailer and release date.

Developed by EA Vancouver and EA Romania, FIFA 23 will be available on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and Stadia stores on September 30, with three-day early access for all those who purchase Ultimate. Edition.

EA Sports wants to offer the most advanced, realistic and complete FIFA in historyAt the moment we cannot give many more details of Hyper Motion 2 —exclusive to PC, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and Stadia—, but it’s new gaming technology that adds exciting new features to the FIFA experience, making the next edition of the game the “the most realistic in history”, according to what they say from EA Sports. This translates into the promise of more responsive, intelligent, and authentic player and team movements. In addition, work has also been done on a new smart dribbling system, a more natural and fluid transition to shots, a completely new acceleration mechanic, increased player awareness, etc.

Women’s football and the two World Cups

What we can give you details about is the two World Cups that will be present, the women’s teams. From the developer they warn that we are facing the greatest FIFA in history, and that is that in addition to the women’s teams, the two world cups that will take place during the lifetime of the game. The first will be the men’s, in Qatar, starting on November 21, and the women’s will be played in Australia and New Zealand from July 20, 2023. Both competitions will come as free DLC with an update after launch of the game.

There will be a significant presence of women’s teams within the video game, incorporating as an additional attraction the Barclays Women’s Super League and Division 1 Arkema, the top women’s football competitions in England and France. Finally, and thanks again to HyperMotion 2, work has been done to incorporate All-new animations based on real-life player movement.

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The sum of all these factors have made this the biggest FIFA in history, and it seems that when it comes to content we are going to be more than served. In fact, they guarantee the most complete game modes in the history of the franchise, with more than 19,000 players in more than 700 teams in more than 100 stadiums and more than 30 leagues, including LaLiga Santander and the Premier League as well as the UEFA Champions League and the rest of European competitions.

EA Sports has worked on a wide variety of developments and innovations in Career mode, Professional Clubs, Table Soccer, FIFA 23 Ultimate Team, although to delve into them we will have to wait for future events. yes there has been talk of Entertainment centerintended to allow you to easily learn the fundamentals of the game and hone your skills before jumping into a match.

Crossplay will have its trick in FIFA 23

The most interesting detail of this first wave of information has to do with cross-play, and that is that the game is going to have Cross-Play, although with its limitations. Yes, there will be cross-play, but only between versions using the same game engine. What does this translate to? In the following:

  • Cross-Play between the PS5, Xbox Series and PC versions.
  • Cross-Play between Xbox One and PS4 versions.

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Switch, as always, is free, and the Legacy Edition has its limitations. Another detail that you have already been able to deduce is that, on this occasion, the PC version will be a new generation, as confirmed by EA itself.

Lastly, crossplay will only be available on 1vs1 modes, leaving out offers such as Pro Clubs. For this July 27, those interested in the simulator have a tape to delve into Hypermotion and other features of the game, leaving for later to comment on the Career mode (August 1), the Match Experience ( August 5), Pro and Volta Clubs mode (August 8) and FIFA Ultimate Team (August 11). But in the meantime, remember: FIFA 23 launches this coming September 30.

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