The first trailer for FIFA 23 has just been released by Electronic Arts, and along with it comes news that the game’s release date has been set. However, this is just the very beginning of the marketing campaign, and players can be sure that EA Sports will be making their stance known in a very loud way over the course of the next few weeks.
The internal Electronic Arts team will no longer be responsible for developing future installments of the FIFA series after the release of FIFA 23. It would appear that this year there will be further projects created in accordance with the license granted by the International Football Federation. The next year, the firm will offer EA Sports FC, and the “FIFA” trademark will be licensed to other developers.
Today, we were able to give the first details about the upcoming EA game. FIFA 23 will, among other things, enable cross-play, and for the first time in history, PC players will be able to check out the next-gen version. RIGHT HERE is where all of the information will be disclosed to you.
Concurrently, we are able to affirm that FIFA 23 will be released on September 27, but initially, the position will only be accessible to players who purchase the more expensive edition (Ultimate Edition). On September 30th, the regular version of the game will be made available to all players.