FIFA 23 simulates the World Cup in a new mode and Argentina is the champion | Sports games

FIFA 23 will receive the 2022 World Cup mode next Wednesday (9). To celebrate, EA Sports has released a mock preview of the tournament in a soccer game, featuring Argentina as the grand champion – including the final game against Brazil. Notably, the update will be free for users with the full game, and more news will be available on November 11 and 23, with never-before-seen content for FIFA Ultimate Team and the new FIFA World Cup Live mode.

FIFA 23 is available for PlayStation 4 (PS4), PlayStation 5 (PS5), Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch – although the latter will not receive trophy content as it is a Legacy edition. See more details below:

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According to Electronic Arts’ FIFA 23 prediction, Argentina will win the 2022 World Cup with Lionel Messi’s goal – Photo: Reproduction / Electronic Arts

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Electronic Arts’ prediction is very well known among fans of the franchise, especially since it has been included in all the winners of recent tournaments since 2010, 2014 and 2018. South — which has not happened since 1950.

Notably, the company has made a tab available on its official website (https://www.ea.com/pt-br/games/fifa/fifa-23/world-cup/predictor) for users to create their own. guess and compete for prizes. Winners will be offered up to 3 World Cup items to strengthen their squad in FIFA Ultimate Team for a limited time.

With the game update, users who are not satisfied with the results will be able to play World Cup matches and then rewrite history. The new mode also allows you to make changes to the tournament participants and choose from 15 popular unranked nations. Notably, in the FIFA World Cup Live mode, which arrives on November 23rd, players will also be able to play exact recreations of matches from the actual tournament using the same squad.

In the simulation developed by Electronic Arts, countries such as Brazil, Argentina, France, the United States and Germany show good results in the group stage. In the Round of 16, Holland send England home 3-0, the same scoreline as between Brazil and South Korea. In addition, France breezed through Poland and went through with Argentina, Portugal, the United States, Croatia and Germany.

Three of the four quarter-final matches ended 1-0, with Argentina defeating the Netherlands, Portugal defeating Croatia and France ending the American dream with a Kylian Mbappe goal. Brazil faces Germany in a rematch of 7-1 in 2014 and defeats the team 3-0.

The semi-finals were tight, with Argentina beating France 1-0 and Brazil qualifying on penalties against Portugal. In the final confrontation, Argentina won the team of Brazil with one goal of Lionel Messi.

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