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FIFA 23

Electronic Arts, EA Sports, EA Canada
Sep 30, 2022 - PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4
Strong

OpenCritic Rating

76

Top Critic Average

63%

Critics Recommend

IGN
7 / 10
Eurogamer
No Recommendation
GamesRadar+
4 / 5
Metro GameCentral
6 / 10
Game Informer
7.3 / 10
GameSpot
7 / 10
TheSixthAxis
8 / 10
Hobby Consolas
82 / 100
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FIFA 23 Trailers

FIFA 23 | Official Ted Lasso Trailer thumbnail

FIFA 23 | Official Ted Lasso Trailer

FIFA 23 Ultimate Team | Official Deep Dive Trailer | FUT 23 thumbnail

FIFA 23 Ultimate Team | Official Deep Dive Trailer | FUT 23

FIFA 23 | Official Pro Clubs Deep Dive Trailer thumbnail

FIFA 23 | Official Pro Clubs Deep Dive Trailer


FIFA 23 Screenshots



Critic Reviews for FIFA 23

FIFA 23’s slick and dramatic virtual football is fitting for the series’ last hurrah under its long-time name, but familiar frustrations abound, and it still greatly undervalues some of its most beloved modes.

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Eurogamer

No Recommendation / Blank
Eurogamer

FIFA 23, like so many FIFAs before it, sums up the best and worst of football culture - a joyeous game in the vice-like grip of profiteers.

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EA and FIFA part company with a game packing fresh content both on and off the park – but FIFA 23 is ultimately hamstrung by a pair of longstanding frustrations.

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A disappointing final whistle from EA as the new mechanics and fine-tuning create little in the way of major change, for a series that has long been in need of a major revamp.

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There’s a famous saying from former footballer Gary Lineker that “football is a simple game – 22 men chase a ball for 90 minutes – and at the end, the Germans always win.” I want to make a similar assessment of EA’s yearly soccer game: FIFA 23 is a good game – it’s flashy, fun to play, and has a lot of modes – but in the end, you realize it’s mostly the same game you’ve been playing for years.

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FIFA 23 makes incremental improvements to last year's game, but the looming presence of Ultimate Team's microtransactions cast a shadow over everything.

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FIFA 23 is the most expansive game in the series' long history; women's football has never been better represented, there's fun new activities like Volta Arcade, and there's still all of the classic modes. Still where FIFA 23 takes steps forward in some areas, it could still be better in others. The action on the pitch is fun and engaging, but the user interface can be clunky, and modes like player career mode feels like an afterthought with largely superficial changes, compared to the investment in Ultimate Team. FIFA 23 is the end of an era and goes out on a high, but still has the hallmarks of the series' gradual yearly evolution.

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FIFA 23 complies, but does not abandon the path of continuity. EA Sports bids farewell to its legendary license with interesting gameplay tweaks that will have their defenders and detractors, as always. FIFA 23 looks a little better, as always. FIFA 23 maintains what sells, as always; and FIFA 23 brings us quality and fun soccer, as always.

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