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      FIFA 23 Release : Everything Which You Need to Know About FIFA 23 Game

      As FIFA 23 out this week on all major platforms with last time to carry its iconic moniker, following a financial dispute with the footballing body. As it would take a while to get use to its new name, “EA Sports FC,” which goes into effect starting 2023.

      The latest entry is to be a larger improvement over its predecessor, offering cross-play support at launch, while opening ways to women’s leagues as a first for the franchise.

      As is evident from the number of people who grasp the slight chance of pre-ordering the game at a low cost of Rs. 5.

      FIFA 23 Release Date

      FIFA 23’s global launch is set for 30th September 2022, across PS4, PS5, Xbox Series S/X, Xbox One and Windows PC via Steam and Epic Games Store.

      FIFA 23 Early Access

      Pre-ordering the Ultimate Edition or subscribing to EA Play Pro grants you three-day early access starting 27th September 2022.

      Not to be confuse with the base plan, the Pro subscription available only on PC costs Rs. 999 per month, exclusively on the EA Play app.

      Besides the bonus FIFA early access, members get unlimited access to new releases without having to pay full price.

      Subscribing to the standard EA Play also has its benefits.

      And members get early access by three days, the playtime is shortened by 10 hours after which, you will be require to purchase the game.

      You do get a 10% discount.

      This applies to both PC and console players, though if you’re subscribed to Xbox Game Pass, EA Play comes include in the package.

      The base EA Play subscription costs Rs. 315 monthly and 1,990 per year, across all platforms.

      FIFA 23 Launch Time in India

      PC players in India can access FIFA 23 on 29th September 2022, at 8:30pm IST.

      Those who pre-order the Ultimate Edition, gain early access on 26th September 2022, at 8:30pm IST.

      Console players have it a bit rough.

      On both PlayStation and Xbox system, FIFA 23 global launch is set for 30th September 2022 at 12am IST.

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      Early access begins on 27th September 2022, at 12am IST.

      FIFA 23 Editions

      EA Sports has list two editions for FIFA 23.

      The Standard Edition includes benefits such as 1 Career Mode Homegrown Talent, Kylian Mbappé Loan Item (for 5 FUT matches), and FUT Ambassador Loan Player Pick (for 3 FUT matches).

      The higher-tier Ultimate Edition grants up to three-day early access, as stated before, in addition to other in-game rewards.

      Players will receive 4,600 FIFA Points to spend on their Ultimate Team, an FUT Ones to Watch Player Item (untradable), a Team of the Week 1 Player, and cover star Kylian Mbappé as a Loan Item for 5 matches.

      FIFA 23 Price in India

      FIFA 23 on PC

      Pre-orders are now live across all platforms, with the standard edition on Steam and Epic Games Store  price set at Rs. 3,499.

      The Ultimate Edition price at Rs. 4,799 and features the aforementioned bonuses.

      FIFA 23 on PS5 and Xbox Series S/X

      EA Sports and its India distributor E-xpress reportedly hike prices for the physical console versions of FIFA 23.

      On both PS5 and Xbox Series S/X, FIFA 23 Standard Edition price set between Rs. 4,499 to Rs. 4,799.

      Pricing for the Ultimate Edition remain unchange as Rs. 6,499, as per PlayStation Store and Xbox Store

      Digital editions still maintain their original price.

      Means, if you aren’t a stickler for physical media, this it’s the cheaper option.

      FIFA 23 on PS4 and Xbox One

      FIFA 23 prices on PS4 and Xbox One between Rs. 3,999 to Rs. 4,299.

      The Ultimate Edition, which is backwards compatible, price set at Rs. 6,499.

      Note that the Ultimate Edition on consoles is currently only up for sale digitally.

      FIFA 23 Web App and Companion App

      EA Sports has launch its web and companion apps for FIFA 23, granting players a headstart on their Ultimate Team.

      The app is now available to download for free on both Android and iOS devices, and requires your EA account for login.

      When you sign in, players can access FUT 23 ahead of time, and curate every aspect of their team via the transfer market.

      From walkout music, goal celebrations, and TIFOs, every aspect of your home ground can be customise prior to the actual launch on 30th September 2022.

      Having the app lets you claim limit-time rewards without having to sign into your PC or console, and not miss a beat of action.

      EA Sports note criteria for those looking to get an early peak into FIFA 23’s Ultimate Team.

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      Those who create a FIFA 22 FUT club prior to 1st August get access to FUT 23 early, through the app.

      And, if you happen to delete your previous club, you get stuck in the same boat as new players, force to wait until the game launches, and build a squad from scratch.

      FIFA 23 Player Ratings

      EA Sports unveile the ratings for its top gold card players on FIFA 23 Ultimate Team, via an official database.

      Despite scoring 24 goals for Manchester United in the 2021–22 season, Cristiano Ronaldo has came down to a 90-rated card.

      So his pace has reduce to 81, a big drop from the 87 figure in FIFA 22.

      Using the robust database, players can compare footballer stats ahead of time, and keep an eye out for potential transfers that would help boost their team to victory.

      Notable players include a 92-rated De Bruyne, a 90-rated Son Heung-min from Tottenham Hotspur, S.S. Lazio’s 87-rated Ciro Immobile, an 86-rated Federico Valverde from Real Madrid, and a lot more.

      The studio also unveile some FIFA 23 ICONs cards, which have three variants.

      Up first is the Brazilian right-wing legend Jairzinho, whose prime card is rated at 92.

      Then there’s the German striker Gerd Müller, lauded for his clinical finishes, the icon’s highest rated card says 94.

      And finally, we have the Spanish commanding midfielder Xabi Alonso, rated at 90.

      FIFA 23 New Features and Game Modes

      Leading up to its launch, EA Sports drop many trailers, detailing the gameplay and new features coming to FIFA 23.

      FIFA 23 Cross-play

      The biggest change gracing FIFA 23 this year is support for cross-play, enabling seamless online multiplayer across platforms.

      This is highly beneficial for PC players in India, who usually get stuck playing online matches against the same opponent, regardless of the division.

      The server population is bound to go down in a few weeks, and this new update will let them play against those on the PlayStation or Xbox systems, thereby widening the player base.

      Cross-play also extends to Ultimate Team, where players will be ask to toggle the option at the start of a session.

      If the selection is disable, players will be match up against those on the same system, resulting in quick matchmaking.

      If you intend to play against other platforms, lobby creation will take a bit longer.

      The feature is currently only available for 1v1 modes.

      FIFA 23 Women’s Leagues

      FIFA 23 also brings two major Women’s Leagues to the mix, the FA Women’s Super League and the French Division 1 Féminine which Electronic Arts promises to expand upon in the future.

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      The developers got two women’s teams to play 11-a-side matches and complete drills, in order to capture realistic data using the aforementioned HyperMotion2 technology.

      The Chelsea Women’s striker, Sam Kerr, is the first female athlete to be feature on the cover of the annual footballing franchise.

      FIFA 23 World Cup Mode

      FIFA players will have a shot at lifting the World Cup in virtual form this year.

      As the 2022 Qatar World Cup starting 20th November 2022, rolls in, FIFA 23 will introduce a free update, that enables themed menus, eye-catching kits, and celebrations that mimic the real-life championship.

      EA Sports is tight-lip about the details, but recent reports indicate an Ultimate Team integration and an unexpect collaboration with Marvel, which brings footballing legends back to the pitch.

      When the 2023 Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand kicks off next year, FIFA 23 will get a respective update.

      As seen in past instalments, the game mode should be available to play long after the tournament has end.

      FIFA 23 Ultimate Team : FUT Moments

      EA Sports has add a brand new FUT Moments mode, which is design to be a quick, bite-size scenario method to earn rewards.

      Players can partake in certain challenges within a match, like a crucial free kick, penalty or a decent attempt.

      Following the given instructions and completing these sessions grants players Stars, which can be redeem to unlock packs and other rewards from the FUT store.

      FIFA 23 will also include some crazy challenges such as scoring with a goalkeeper or performing a skill move, which grants bonus Stars for a job well done.

      Some moments will be inspire by real-life matches, and others would be manifested by the developers.

      This would primarily serve as an offline component to FIFA Ultimate Team, featuring some occasional seasonal updates.

      This is also ideal for players who don’t have the time to sit through an entire match.

      So, they can just boot up the Moments mode and farm stars to unlock key players for the online FUT segment.

      FIFA 23 PC System Requirements

      The PC system requirements come directly from EA, with the common requirements being list as Windows 10 64-bit, at least 100GB of free storage space, and a 512kbps or faster Internet connection for online play.

      FIFA 23 Minimum PC Requirements
      • Processor (CPU): Intel Core i5 6600k or AMD Ryzen 5 1600
      • Graphics (GPU): Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti or AMD Radeon RX 570
      • RAM: 8GB
      FIFA 23 Recommended PC Requirements
      • Processor (CPU): Intel Core i7 6700 or AMD Ryzen 7 2700X
      • Graphics (GPU): Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 or AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT
      • RAM: 12GB

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