FIFA 23 Will Reportedly Include Cross-Play For The First Time Ever

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

1 Mar 2022

FIFA 23 will reportedly include cross-play for the first time ever, according to reports.

Xfire, claim that PlayStation, Xbox and PC users will finally be allowed to play together, alongside a number of never-before-seen options.

An improved version of FIFA 22’s Hypermotion Technology is also said to be in the game, which has been ‘enhanced tenfold’ by allowing the team to capture animations purely from stadium cameras – instead of motion capture suits.

EA will be capturing “over 100 times more data in a single season” than it has ever logged over the entire 29-year history of the franchise.

FIFA 23 will also include the men’s and Women’s World Cup as well as expanded licensing agreements with women’s leagues and teams.

FIFA however won’t be following in Konami’s footsteps and going free-to-play this year and EA Sports will not be dropping the ‘FIFA’ brand name despite the rumours.