FIFA 23 is coming soon with new gameplay, graphics and more. The game also brings some interesting curiosities, such as the presence of coach Ted Lasso from the Apple TV series, athletes created by a Marvel artist, a radical change to the Ultimate Team mode, and more. Check out some fun facts about FIFA 23, which will be released on September 30th for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC via digital stores Steam, Epic Games Store, and Origin, with Legacy on Nintendo Switch for
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FIFA 23 arrives this week with some interesting facts you might not know yet; See what’s new — Photo: Playback/Epic Games Store
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Ted Lasso and AFC Richmond will present
FIFA 23 will feature head coach Ted Lasso, from the Apple TV series of the same name. and his fictional club AFC Richmond. Players will be able to use Coach Ted’s Lasso or Spike in Career Mode and play with their team in Career Mode, Kick-Off, Online Friends and Online Seasons. In Team, users will find characters from the series such as Roy Kent, Jamie Tartt, Danny Rojas, Sam Obisania and Isaac McAdoo in realistic digital representation. In the series, Ted Lasso is an American football coach who knows nothing about football, but is called to coach in Great Britain, where he overcomes obstacles with comical optimism.
FIFA 23 will bring coach Ted Lasso and his AFC Richmond team straight from the Apple TV series — Photo: Disclosure / Electronic Arts
A “radical” change to FUT chemistry
FIFA 23’s chemistry system is perhaps the biggest change to this year’s mode. Positional links have been removed, and chemistry is now defined through the three diamonds on each player’s card, which are filled when teammates are from the same nation or play in the same leagues as them. Icons and heroes offer an advantage because when they play in their right position, they have full chemistry and the weight of two players in chemistry with other athletes. In this new system, even athletes in distant positions on the field can develop good chemistry. Another novelty is that the athlete does not experience negative consequences when reloading chemistry, so it is possible to conduct more experiments with your team.
FIFA 23 brings a radical change to FIFA Ultimate Team’s chemistry system, allowing you to experiment more with your team — Photo: Reproduction / Electronic Arts
First with two World Cups
The unique thing about FIFA 23 is that it will be the first and also the last game in the series to feature two World Cups as content. Players will be able to play in both the 2022 Men’s World Cup in Qatar and the 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
FIFA 23 will be the first game in the series to host two World Cups, the 2022 Men’s Cup in Qatar and the 2023 Women’s Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
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The Electronic Arts game has a starting price of R$298 and will be the latest FIFA title.
One of Latin America’s most iconic football stadiums will return to FIFA 23 with the arrival of the Alberto José Armando Stadium, better known as “La Bombonera”, home of Boca Juniors in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The stadium has been absent from Electronic Arts’ soccer series since FIFA 18, but it’s back in a big way this year thanks to a new partnership with the company.
One of football’s most spectacular stadiums is back in FIFA 23 with La Bombonera, home of Boca Juniors — Photo: Reproduction/Electronic Arts
Loyalty broadcasts in more leagues
The visual presentation of FIFA 23 in matches has also been updated to offer a closer experience of what it’s like to watch games on TV in leagues such as the Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga, Serie A TIM, UEFA, CONMEBOL, in addition to World Cups. and leagues.woman. The camera offers new depth and motion effects to simulate a TV camera with augmented reality and 360° replay, as well as on-screen data such as statistics.
FIFA 23 offers several new features to more faithfully simulate TV broadcasts of different leagues — Photo: Reproduction/Electronic Arts
League with all official stadiums
FIFA 23’s collection of stadiums is the largest ever offered by the franchise, with 105 authentic venues covering all major arenas from leagues such as the Bundesliga, LaLiga and Premier League, plus new women’s leagues featuring clubs for the first time in the series. Players will be able to find venues such as Philips Stadion from PSV Eindhoven in the Netherlands, Europa-Park Stadion SC from Freiburg in Germany and El Sadar from Osasuna in Spain.
In the Barclays WSL Women’s League, athletes will find the Manchester City Academy Stadium home to the Manchester City Women’s team. The company also closed a partnership to bring Juventus’ Allianz Stadium back into the game direct from Italy.
FIFA 23 will bring official stadiums from all leagues and has also closed a partnership with Juventus’ Allianz Stadium — Photo: Disclosure / Electronic Arts
Electronic Arts and Marvel have announced an exciting partnership to bring special FUT Heroes cards that offer the sporting icons new artwork created by Marvel artists, as well as other themed items such as jerseys and balls. The cards will be available in their base version from launch, but they will receive new versions of World Cup FUT Heroes with an update that will bring the World Cup mode to the game.
The partnership between FIFA 23 and Marvel will bring special Hero cards designed by the company’s artists — Photo: Disclosure / Electronic Arts
The court, the net and the crowd are changing
The visuals of FIFA 23 had little changes compared to the previous year, focusing on improving elements such as the pitch, net and fans. The grass has gained more depth and will now have greater degradation with cart marks and split balls that will remain on the pitch for the remainder of the match as scars. The net has gained a full 3D geometry to physically react to the impact of the ball and create not only a more realistic, but also a more visually satisfying experience in goals. And the crowd got more variety in the stands and will be able to clap and raise their hands as the crowd sings.
Fifa 23 brings minor improvements to details such as the grass, net and fans to offer a more authentic and satisfying experience — Photo: Reproduction / Electronic Arts
Neymar is below 90 overall
When Electronic Arts announced the top 23 FIFA 23 athletes in the FIFA Ultimate Team mode, players were surprised to see Neymar’s rating below 90 for the first time since FIFA 16. 89, below athletes such as Cristiano Ronaldo, 90, and Messi, Mbappe and Lewandowski, 91. Neymar’s acceleration and speed also dropped along with his overall rating. Sportskeeda speculates that the athlete may have been downgraded due to an ankle injury for much of the season.
In FIFA 23, Brazilian striker Neymar was lower than usual, below 90 — Photo: Disclosure / Electronic Arts
In May of this year, Electronic Arts confirmed that the FIFA series will be renamed EA Sports FC, ending a nearly 30-year partnership with the international football federation. The content of future games is promised to remain the same, with modes such as Ultimate Team, Pro Clubs and Volta Football, but with a new name and the promise that more details will be revealed in July 2023. According to the New York Times, the reason for the separation was the increase in the price of the FIFA license, which would cost US$1 billion (about R$5.16 billion) over the next four years.
FIFA 23 marks the last time Electronic Arts’ soccer series will use the Fédération Internationale de Football Association name — Photo: Playback/PlayStation Store
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