FIFA 23 will not change its name and will enable cross-play, global and more for the first time.

We told you a few months ago that Electronic Arts would be discussing with FIFA the exploitation of licenses for the next games in the Millionaire saga. We seriously doubted that the game could even be called FIFA 23, that is, we doubted that it could keep the name that has always accompanied the saga all these years.

Now it looks like not only will it continue to be called FIFA 23, but it will also come with the goal of adding many of the new features we’ve seen so far. On the one hand, it will be the name that will be respected, on the other hand, for the first time in the saga, the title will allow cross-play, which means we will be playing against players of all ages in its online mode. The platform, with the move will strengthen its nearly infinite community of players, uniting PlayStation, Xbox and PC.

FIFA 23 with Cross-Platform Play

A very important detail is that FIFA 23 will not be a free-to-play game, but a full-fledged game as we have seen so far. FIFA 23 is also expected to include the World Cup, both men’s and women’s, and of course, the series’ flagship mode, FIFA Ultimate Team.

There will be more partnerships with leagues around the world to continue expanding the content, though this leak didn’t reveal specific details about the changes and additions the new game will bring us.

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