FIFA 23 coincidentally released its full version for Xbox players this Tuesday (30). The game won’t be officially released until September 30th, but according to information posted on Twitter, fans of the franchise who pre-ordered and downloaded the game had early access to the full version. Buyers were able to try out the soccer simulator for several hours, checking out new teams, uniforms and even the FIFA Ultimate Team mode, mostly online.
Early access for those who pre-ordered on other platforms has also been released, although this has yet to be confirmed. Snippets of the game were posted in videos on Twitter and YouTube.
🎮 FIFA 23 will have no Brasileirão and teams will continue with generic players
FIFA 23 is coming! Check out everything you need to know about the game in the photo gallery below.
The Electronic Arts game has a starting price of R$298 and will be the latest FIFA title.
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Reports on social networks show, for example, pictures of the third kits of some teams, such as Atletico Madrid and Liverpool. Additionally, the tweets also reveal the skill ratings of some FIFA Ultimate Team players. distinguishing Messi, Mbappe, Benzema and Lewandowski, who will be the only ones with 91 (out of 100); Brazilians Neymar, Marquinhos and Vinny Junior would have 89, 88 and 86 respectively.
This isn’t the first time a bug has marred EA’s plans for its new FIFA 23. A few days ago, the game was accidentally offered at a 99.86% discount on the Epic Games Store in India in its Ultimate version. FIFA gave a discount to those who took advantage before reverting to the normal price.
FIFA 23 will be released on all platforms in September
FIFA 23 will be released on September 30. PlayStation 5 (PS5), Xbox Series X/S version will cost R$ 338. The game will cost R$ 298 on PlayStation 4 (PS4), Xbox One and PC (via Steam and Epic Games Store). An edition for Nintendo Switch is also planned, with simpler graphics and suggestions, costing R$199. The game will also feature crossplay between all platforms of the same generation, such as Xbox Series X and PS5 (excluding Switch).
French star Mbappe and Australian women’s team player Sam Carey are on the cover of the game this time. The game will also feature changes to Career Mode and FUT, with more realistic gameplay, as well as additions to women’s leagues and two World Cups.
along with information IGN, Eurogamer
FIFA 23: Check out the main game news and changes in the video below
FIFA 23: Key News and Changes!