FIFA 23: Pre-orders Now Available; Launching September 30

Coming out this September.
Coming out this September. Twitter/@EASPORTSFIFA

EA Sports FIFA 23 is coming out this September 30 on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Stadia. This latest title in the franchise features women’s club teams for the first time by including the Barclays Women’s Super League as well as Division 1 Arkema. The game also offers cross-play features to connect and engage football fans like never before.

Pre-orders for the game are now open. Those who buy the FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition can enjoy the game during early access on September 27.

New Advancements

One feature that a lot of players will love is the advancements to the game’s physics system and HyperMotion2 technology. They now offer a new gameplay experience that feels more immersive. Team and player movements, for example, are not only more responsive but also smart and authentic. Players can also look forward to:

  • New intelligent dribbling system.
  • More natural and fluid transition to shooting.
  • All-new acceleration mechanics.
  • Enhanced player awareness.

In a statement, EA SPORTS FC SVP and GM Nick Wlodyka revealed that with the use of HyperMotion2, they have managed to push the limits of realism in the game, resulting in the most realistic and natural motion in football gaming.

New League

The women’s club teams with Barclays Women’s Super League and Division 1 Arkema are added to a roster that also has more than 19,000 players across more than 700 teams in over 100 stadiums and over 30 leagues.

In addition to what was mentioned, FIFA 23 is now the only title where players can get access to:

  • UEFA Champions League
  • UEFA Europa League
  • UEFA Europa Conference League
  • CONMEBOL Libertadores
  • CONMEBOL Sudamericana
  • Premier League
  • Bundesliga
  • LaLiga Santander

According to The FA’s Commercial Director Navin Singh, they are happy that the Barclays Women’s Super League is one of the first women’s club competitions to be featured in the game. Singh went on to say that this supports their ambition of accelerating the growth of the women’s game in England.

Meanwhile, for French Football Federation Marketing Director François Vasseur, the partnership between EA Sports and D1 Arkema is not only good news for the league but also for the clubs, players, and of course, the fans.

Excited yet for the game to be released?

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