The legendary football game FIFA 23 is now available for pre-order on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC. The game will officially be released on September 30, 2022. If you want to pre-order the EA Sports title, you can go to most online stores such as Amazon, Cdiscount, Fnac or Micromania.
💰 FIFA 2023: WHERE TO PRE-ORDER IT AT THE CHEAPEST PRICE?
FIFA 23 therefore has an official release date in France. The Electronic Arts game will be available from September 30, 2022. The price of the game will be higher or lower depending on the platform (PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox…). So here are all the best deals for FIFA 23. The version for Nintendo Switch is €39.99the one for PS4, Xbox One and PC is €69.99, and the one on PS5 and Xbox Series is available at €79.99.
🤔 WHAT’S NEW IN FIFA 23?
Every year, EA Sports does its best to renew itself and make technical improvements to its football game. This year, the focus is on Men’s and Women’s Football World Cups which will take place respectively in Qatar in 2022 and in Oceania in 2023. Moreover, women’s football is particularly highlighted this year with theappearance of four national championships : French, English, German and American.
In terms of technical improvements, this year we will have the appearance of the HyperMotion 2 technology for a rendering even more realistic of the technical gestures made by the players. Even the movement of the grass has been taken into account! This technological advance will be present on the versions for next gen consoles (PS5 and Xbox Series X) but also on PC, which was not the case on FIFA 22. If the PS4 and Xbox One do not benefit from this novelty, they still benefit from crossplay.
😱 IS FIFA 23 THE LAST EPISODE OF THE FRANCHISE?
A few months ago, game publisher Electronic Arts officially announced the end of their partnership with FIFA (International Amateur Football Federation). FIFA 23 is therefore the last episode of the famous franchise to benefit from the official license. However, Electronic Arts will not stop producing its football games. The publisher has also announced the new official name of its franchise for the 2024 season: EA Sports FC.
Is this the return of the wacky names of players and teams like in the heyday of Pro Evolution Soccer? We reassure you right away: no. If Electronic Arts will certainly no longer have the license for the World Cup, the American publisher keeps the licenses for the vast majority of players, teams and national championships. The game should therefore not experience huge changes. On the other hand, this means that another publisher will be able to acquire the FIFA license and thus benefit from the reputation of the franchise in place of Electronic Arts. As of now, no new FIFA games have been announced.
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