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FIFA 23 Gets The FIFA World Cup Update Next Week

FIFA 23 is getting the FIFA World Cup 2023 update on 9 November 2022 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC. The FIFA World Cup 2022 will be playable in FIFA 23 at no additional cost, with all the drama, excitement and authenticity of the real thing, as well as a full Season of content coming to FIFA 23 Ultimate Team.

FIFA 23 delivers an immersive FIFA World Cup experience with authentic stadium dressings, match ball, additional player head scans, the iconic trophy, and two stadiums including the stunning Lusail Iconic Stadium where the tournament’s champions will be crowned. Players can also enjoy dedicated FIFA World Cup commentary alongside visuals and cinematics that reflect the global atmosphere of the World Cup.

Starting from 21 November 2022, players can follow along with the tournament as results, fixtures, statistics, and lineups are updated at the end of every real-life match day, with new games to play each day in Your FIFA World Cup, Featured Quickplay, and Online Quickplay.

Players will be able to take control of their chosen nation’s FIFA World Cup fate when Your FIFA World Cup becomes available in FIFA 23 after the first fixture on Match Day 1. Choose a nation, select a live starting point from past or current match days, and play an authentic single-player tournament inheriting all the real-world progress made to date.

Featured Quickplay lets you choose a past or current match day and play an authentic fixture with real-life lineups either in single-player, or challenge friends both locally and online. Meanwhile, the single-player Tournament Mode allows you to play as one of the 32 qualified nations in an authentic recreation of the full tournament. You can also create a Custom Tournament and edit your experience by changing groups and substituting in teams that didn’t make it to the original FIFA World Cup 2022 Finals.

Check out our review of FIFA 23 by heading over here.

Check out more of what to expect in the trailer below:

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