EA Sports has released an official gameplay deep dive video for its upcoming soccer game, FIFA 23. This new video showcases some of the game’s mechanics, and will give you a glimpse at its graphics. And, as we’ve already reported, the PC version will look identical to the current-gen console version.
FIFA 23 promises to have next-gen HyperMotion gameplay technology with twice as much real match data capture. As such, the game will have over 6000 true-to-life football animations. Moreover, a new risk versus reward shooting mechanic will be present. Players can also expect refreshed free kicks, penalties and corners, as well as more realistic physics.
FIFA 23 will also introduce Women’s Club Football and a double FIFA World Cup Season. Naturally, the game will also have its traditional game modes, such as FUT, Career Mode and Volta Football.
FIFA 23 will release on September 30th, and you can find its official PC system requirements here!
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