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FIFA 23 Release Date And First Trailer Info

FIFA 23 Release Date And First Trailer Info
By Eoin Harrington Updated

FIFA 23 is on the horizon, and players will be eager to get their hands on the new instalment from EA Sports. We have all the info you need on the FIFA 23 release date, when we can expect a trailer, the future of the franchise, and the new features we can expect in the game.

We'll be regularly updating this article, as well as bringing you updates on site on player ratings and new features, so you won't miss a beat of FIFA 23 news.

FIFA 23 Release Date: All the info you need

What is the FIFA 23 release date?

The released date for FIFA 23 has not been revealed yet, but we expect it to come on Friday September 30th. This would line up with the game's traditional release window, as FIFA 22 was released on October 1st 2021.

Last year, EA allowed three days of early access to the game for players who pre-ordered the ultimate edition. For this year's game, that would give an early access release date for FIFA 23 of September 27th 2022.

FIFA 23 will release on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC. FIFA 22 also released on Nintendo Switch and Google Stadia, and we would expect this year's game to follow the same lead.

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When will the first FIFA 23 trailer come out?

Last year's FIFA 22 trailer released on July 11th, so we are slightly behind schedule this year.


EA have confirmed, however, that this year's FIFA launch will come on Wednesday July 20. The launch date was announced on the same day that PSG man Kylian Mbappé and Chelsea star Sam Kerr were announced as this year's cover stars.

Will this be the last ever FIFA game?

FIFA 23 will be the last football game released by EA Sports under the "FIFA" name, but the game series will continue on.

Despite the organisation of FIFA withdrawing from their sponsorship deal with developers EA, the world's biggest leagues and clubs have already pledged their allegiance to the EA brand. This means that the game series will continue under the name "EA Sports FC" from 2023 onwards.


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What new features can we expect from FIFA 23?

Early reports suggest that cover star Kylian Mbappé will be the highest rated player in FIFA 23.

28 May 2018; Kylian Mbappe of France in action against Alan Browne of Republic of Ireland during the International Friendly match between France and Republic of Ireland at Stade de France in Paris, France. Photo by Seb Daly/Sportsfile

We're awaiting confirmation of some of the rumoured additions to the game, but we expect a World Cup mode in preparation for November's tournament in Qatar.

There will also be new stadiums included in the game. Fulham, Nottingham Forest, and Bournemouth were all promoted to the Premier League, so we can expect Craven Cottage, the City Ground, and Dean Court to be added to FIFA 23.


EA also carried out trials of Crossplay during FIFA 22's lifespan, which saw players on different consoles able to play against each other. This would be gamechanger if it was introduced fully for FIFA 23, and would allow Xbox and PlayStation players to compete against each other.

Reports also suggest that Career Mode could be in for a major overhaul, in news that will excite long-term players of the game.

SEE ALSO: FIFA 23: Kylian Mbappe Apparently Highest Rated Player

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