EA Sports’ football-based video game FIFA has been a huge hit with the players over the years. They release a new version of the game around September each year. This year, FIFA 23 will release on 30th September worldwide. If you pre-order the Ultimate Edition, you will get 3 days early access.
FIFA 23 will also have 2 World Cups within its cycle, which is great news for the fans. Two of the biggest tournaments of international football, the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023 will be available in the game during its real-time event.
FIFA 23 World Cup mode: Here’s what you can expect in the game
- FREE DLC
- November release
- Offline & Online modes
- FUT mode, content & Heroes
- Men’s & Women’s world cup
- All the World Cup Stadiums will be available
- All World Cup nations involved are playable
The World Cup mode will be added to the game during November as a free DLC. It will feature both Offline and Online modes and will have special content in FUT including Heroes.
The FIFA 23 will include both the FIFA Men’s World Cup Qatar 2022 and FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023. All the World Cup stadiums and nations that will take part in the pinnacle event will be available in FIFA 23.
The inclusion of both the Men’s and Women’s World Cup is a huge factor in the hype of FIFA 23. It will also be the last game of this name as the current partnership between EA Sports and FIFA is in the last stage. Starting from July 2023, EA Sports will be launching EA Sports FC which will take the place of the football-based video game.