The big reveal trailer that EA recently released focused more on gameplay, animations, commentary and graphics. The video also confirmed that this new entry of the FIFA series is running on HyperMotion2 technology, an improvement to the first HyperMotion tech that was released on FIFA 22.
FIFA 23 has been confirmed that it will have full support for cross-play in most game modes. Aside from this fact, no other details were shared. EA did not host its usual summer press conference, which could have revealed some information about this entry. The new video only gives fans a glimpse of the game’s gameplay, commentary, graphics, and more. It also revealed the release date.
The trailer itself featured a lot of new stuff from this new entry and one of them is the impressive dribbling skills, which showcases the power of the HyperMotion2 technology. It also revealed the new updated free-kick UI.
The video confirmed that FIFA 23 will be released on September 30, 2022. The Ultimate Edition will be launching three days early on September 27, 2022 for some reason. FIFA 23 will include both men’s and women’s FIFA World Cups.
EA Play Early Access Trial: September 27, 2022
EA Play Pro Ultimate Edition Access (PC): September 27, 2022
FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition: September 27, 2022
FIFA 23 Standard Edition: September 30, 2022
FIFA 23 will be available on PC, PS4, SP5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.