The long and detailed approach to the launch of FIFA 23during which EA Sports is unveiling all the content and non-content news that it has prepared for the new iteration of its football simulation par excellence.
After providing us with an in-depth analysis of gameplay features (including exclusive ones for the PS5, Xbox Series X | S, PC and Stadia versions of FIFA 23) and a complete overview of the Career, with today’s Deep Dive video EA Sports accompanies us to discover of all those tricks that contribute to animating the purest essence of football played, match dayembellishing the atmosphere and raising the quality of the staging.
We thus found that the Canadian development studio applied the technological achievements of HyperMotion2 as well to replays and overlayswhich, through the augmented reality, offer more information in even greater detail, such as expected goals, shooting power, distance to goal and much more. The trainer, for its part, has a renewed look with a more modern design, while the new cameras they are characterized by a shallow depth of field to suit the style of real football broadcasts. If you don’t like the commentary during matches, you can also replace it with music from the FIFA 23 soundtrack.
Everything inside the stadium has also been improved and made more satisfying to the eye. The playing field wears out as players slide to face opponents or celebrate a goal, while the network has become even more realistic thanks to the implementation of 3D textures: the latter allow to generate the typical ripple that forms when the ball sacks on the bottom of the net, giving an edge to lighting too. Speaking of celebrations: In FIFA 23, you can celebrate your feats with new post-goal sound effectssuch as sirens, buzzers and animal sounds.
To give a boost to the morale of virtual footballers we think instead one crowd even more alive, featuring a greater variety of fans and new types of clothing. The cheering comes alive further in conjunction with the decisive moments: the clashes for the title, the cup finals, the direct clashes and other high-adrenaline matches are embellished with high energy scenes both inside and outside the stadium which, in combination with new audio, increase the drama and atmosphere of the most important matches.
As we have already seen in recent weeks, EA Sports has decided to push even harder in terms of inclusiveness, giving greater prominence to women’s football and entrusting Sam Kerr, talented Australian footballer in force at Chelsea, the role of cover athlete (Kerr appears on the cover of the Ultimate Edition of FIFA 23 and on the standard editions destined for the New Continent). However, the company did not stop there, deciding to give prominence also to female referees: for the first time ever, FIFA 23 will include teams of mixed gender match officials within Ultimate Team, Pro Club and other modes.
With today’s in-depth analysis, the developers have further clarified their ambitions regarding their new creature, which will be the last to boast the official FIFA license (from 2023 the series will be called EA Sports FC). Modes such as Volta, Pro Club and the inevitable Ultimate Team are still missing, but we are sure that they will be the object of attention in the weeks that separate us from the launch of FIFA 23, which we remember to be expected for on September 30, 2022 on PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PC, Google Stadia and, in edition Legacy, on Nintendo Switch. If what has been shown to date has convinced you (did you know that there will also be the men’s and women’s World Cups, in addition to Juventus exclusively?), You can already proceed with the pre-order of the Standard and Ultimate editions of FIFA 23.