We are announcing the last parts of FIFA. Women are present in FIFA 23

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In the midst of the 2022 European Championship taking place in sweltering England, interest in women’s football is high – and EA is taking advantage by releasing FIFA 23 – FIFA 23.

The company released the first trailer and gameplay details for FIFA 23, which includes women’s clubs from major leagues in England and France. Additionally, FIFA 23 will feature two editions of the World Cup, the 2022 men’s tournament in Qatar and the 2023 women’s tournament in Australia and New Zealand. (Both will be included in a free post-launch update.)

Women’s international teams were introduced by EA for FIFA for the first time in 2016, but the inclusion of club teams is still a big deal – nobody cared and waited for it – however, there are only two leagues available, if you’d like to play for a top women’s club such as Bayern Munich, Portland Thorns, or Barcelona, you’re in luck, but it’s ultimately a men’s game.

In addition to adding more options for women’s soccer fans, FIFA 23 also introduces cross-play functionality and what EA describes as the “next evolution of HyperMotion2 technology” for a more realistic gaming experience. Here’s a closer look at the trailer:

Beginning in 2023, EA Sports will abandon the FIFA brand in favor of a new franchise called EA Sports FC.

In summer 2023, EA will share more information about EA Sports FC. Additionally, it promised that EA is “committed to ensuring that the next FIFA is better than any FIFA game ever, with more features, game modes, World Cup content, clubs, leagues, competitions, and more players.” Before”.

In recent years, EA has also shown a willingness to work with less-known brands to create sports games. In the summer of 2023, the company will release a new game without college players.

On September 30th, FIFA 23 launches on PC, Xbox, PS4, PS5, and Stadia

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