It’s a huge gaming bundle and everything you want from a football game. Fans will be sad to see this console icon go, but with a new look next year there is the potential for EA to freshen things up and deliver something even better.
Electronic Arts says goodbye to the FIFA brand with an edition that is not perfect, but still deserves a wide promotion. HyperMotion 2 is excellent, and the gameplay offers slightly slower matches than in the past, with less dribbling and more maneuvering. There is still room for improvement, and some aspects (for example, the goalkeepers) need an adjustment via patch, but overall the game flows in a pleasant and fun way. Good, without major upheavals, the game modes, which traditionally offers a range of variants that can satisfy anyone, starting from those who want to enjoy a quick go to those who want to manage an entire team.
Que bien va esta versión; muy fluida.
Me gusta esta tecnología HYPERMOTION2 bien aprovechada en la PS5; dando una fluidez y mejor jugabilidad. El apartado Grafico se ve muy bien sobre todo el césped luce muy real.
FIFA 23 is easily one of the best football games EA has released in a long time, but meaningful new mechanics and fantastic new features are still overshadowed by a mode that’s a pay-to-win system in everything but name.
FIFA 23 represents the evolution of a path that began with FIFA 22, that of the implementation of the new Hypermotion 2 technology, an addition that serves the title to modify the rhythm of the matches, moderately improving what has been exposed so far. It is not a revolution, but it ends up bringing more novelties than its predecessor.
FIFA 23 is perfectly serviceable, the gluttony of FIFA fans won't find much to complain about. Truth be told, the formula is so one-dimensional that it is hard to get wrong after iterating on the same product year after year. Subtle tweaks to gameplay do mix things up, but not enough has been done to refresh the modes on offer. Either EA are out of ideas, or they are storing them up for their next game in their new franchise. Anyone looking a football game in 2023 though should certainly stick with the tried and tested FIFA.
FIFA 23 is a fitting end to an era, successfully capturing the essence of the beautiful game alongside the disheartening practices of the profit-hungry vultures circling overhead. It's as much about greed as it is about scoring a screamer. A game where the on-pitch action has been refined with slicker passing, more effective defending, and myriad animations that bring it all to life, yet the shadow of gambling looms over it all. This has been the case since Ultimate Team was introduced 14 years ago, so none of this comes as a surprise. And with the next World Cup taking place in Qatar--a country known for sports washing its human rights record--it's all par for the course when it comes to football. The age of FIFA might be coming to an end, but EA Sports FC is likely to kick off in much the same way: offering a fantastic game of football that's otherwise consumed by an exploitative cash grab.
Fifa 23 will go down in history as the last Fifa, but definitely not the best. The culmination of 30 years of soccer history doesn't lead to a satisfying climax in the franchise, mainly due to modern improvements are held back by a dilapitaded foundation. However, there is no shortage of content but with such a high goal inflation, you could wonder what that's worth anymore.
Fifa 23 is what you would expect from any Fifa game. it has all the modes you would expect it to have. It has good graphics and it is fun to play however there is a serious lack on innovation in these games. If your upgrading from some old Fifa then this game is worth it but if you already have Fifa 21 or 22 then just keep those ones. It's basically the same thing. Overall its a fun game but unoriginal.
Of course we all are disappointed with the way the series is developing: instead of upgrading the game's aspects and technologies EA is just farming money from kids with all those colored cards.
But this is current reality and let's try take it more easily.
The last few parts I played the career mode only and played just versus CPU, but in that part of the series the gameplay is too scripted even for me. There are not so many new and interesting features in the single mode too.
So it is just 4.
150 hours of play. I can now give my opinion. EA gets excited about Real Madrid. It is an impossible team to beat and it is impossible to lose when you occupy that team. I have played against that team in the Seasons game mode and it is laughable how the team's players let balls pass or situations that are out of logic. However, when I control Real Madrid it's like playing super easy, I'm unstoppable. Very bad ea. It is the last FIFA I buy, or EA SPORT FC as they like to call it. My wallet is no longer with you, you have ridiculed a franchise.
SummaryIn FIFA 23, cross-play will be available at launch in FUT Division Rivals (except Co-Op), FUT Champions, FUT Ultimate Online Draft, FUT Online Friendlies (except Co-Op), FUT Play a Friend, Online Friendlies, Online Seasons (except Co-Op Seasons) and the Virtual Bundesliga competitive game mode that is available to players based in German...