What’s New to FIFA 23?
With features like Hypermotion2 Technology, cross-play, and both men’s and women’s World Cups– FIFA 23 brings the planet together like never before. Every mode, from Career to FUT, comes to life with twice the real-world data capture, delivering ultra-realistic gameplay in every match. It’s also the last game in the FIFA series…
When is FIFA 23 Coming Out?
FIFA 23 released on September 30, 2022 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and Stadia.
Both the standard and Ultimate Editions are now available in the CDKeys store, and you can expect the lowest prices with rapid digital delivery. We’ve got your back with 24hr support, and every transaction is safe and secure. FIFA 23 FUT Points are in stock as well, for both consoles and PC.
Who’s on the FIFA 23 Cover?
First a Goal of the Season, then a Golden Boot, and now Sam Kerr is the first woman on a global game cover! As a Chelsea FC forward she’s already earned the honour of being PFA Players’ Player of the Year; and now she makes history beside a familiar face– Kylian Mbappé. The wunderkind striker for Paris Saint-Germain graces the cover of FIFA 23 for the third year in a row.
In addition to the return of Juventus, FIFA 23 features more than 100 stadiums, over 30 leagues, and 19,000 players across 700 teams. And, for the first time in the series’ history, women’s club teams are playable; along with both FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023 content. And let’s not forget, Ted Lasso and AFC Richmond are coming to FIFA 23 too! The entire squad has been authentically integrated into the game, along with the club’s home turf– Nelson Road.
But that’s not all, HyperMotion2 and other technological advances elevate FIFA 23 to new heights. Every mode, from Career to FUT, comes to life with twice the real-world data capture– delivering ultra-realistic gameplay in every match. New gameplay features like refreshed penalties and corners, more realistic physics, and a new risk-versus-reward shooting mechanic are all powered by HyperMotion2. And last (but certainly not least), cross-play support brings people and platforms together like never before.
Oh, and if you’re wondering whether your FUT points (and other items) will transfer over from FIFA 22, we have the answer to all of your questions in our transfer guide right here.