EA released their latest game, FIFA 23 in September. The game has received mixed reviews. EA are transitioning on from the FIFA franchise, set to be named ‘EA Sports FC’, following the World Cup. EA have introduced a new free-kick and corner taking interface in the game, along with other new editions
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The game will also be released on various platforms all across the world. It engrosses players in its Ultimate Team, Career Mode, Online Pro Club, and other such game modes.
Available Platforms and edition in FIFA 23
FIFA 23 is set to be released on various platforms as it continues to gain popularity. It will be available on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, Xbox Series S Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadia. As Sony continues to phase out the PS4 and bring in the new era of PS5, we will have to wait and see how long games will be available on the former.
FIFA will be released in only 2 editions this time, standard and ultimate. The standard edition offers all the perks of the game. The FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) will as usual offer its cover star (Kylian Mbappe) on loan for each team. It will also offer FUT Ambassador loan player picks from Alphonso Davies, Heung Min Son, and Vinicius Jr. A special career mode called ‘Homegrown Talent’ will also be available.
New additions to FIFA 23 gameplay
There isn’t a huge difference in the FIFA 23 gameplay as compared to previous years. FIFA revealed its new HyperMotion2, a motion capture system that brings life-like realism to matches. This although cannot be experienced on PS4. It has also released, for the first time ever, women’s club football.
The new corner-taking interface has a new camera angle. It has changed from being a view of the penalty box to a sideline view of the corner taker.
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The new interface for the free-kick is the same camera angle, but the way to take a free-kick has drastically changed. The free-kick interface has changed over the years and FIFA 22 and 23 now have different techniques. The FIFA 23 interface seems to be a mixture of the older free-kick interfaces combined with something totally new.
Another game mode available on the game will also be the FIFA World Cup edition.