- Genre: sports
- Developer: EA Sports
- Platforms: PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X & S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch
- Planned release date: 2022
What will FIFA 23 be about?
Soccer. A group of little people running around the pitch and kicking a ball. At least that's how it used to be. The annual evolutions of the FIFA series, however, made the latest installments look like TV broadcasts (finally). As always, we can count on authentic stadiums, teams and leagues, detailed and realistic faces of players, solo, multiplayer, and co-op modes, and a lot of content.
Why is it worth the wait?
Soccer/football fans need not to be convinced further – they look forward to it every year, even when they complain about the lack of changes and novelties. But FIFA 23 will be special in a couple of ways. First of all, it's a farewell to the FIFA name – the last game with such a title, at least by this studio. Next year, it will be time for EA Sports FC. On this occasion, the creators want it to be the best FIFA in the 30-year history of the series – one that's worth remembering for a long time. Secondly, its integral part is to be the World Cup 2022 mode. Such events usually make many more people interested in the sport, and the opportunity to play the tournament in your own way with your own team, no matter what happens in real life, will certainly be a great incentive to check the latest FIFA.
- FIFA 23 in our encyclopedia