What time is the FIFA 23 Web App is out today?
The FIFA 23 Web App launches today, giving Ultimate Team fans the opportunity to get a head start in creating the perfect side in their quest for FIFA immortality.
The official FIFA 23 player ratings were released on Sunday, September 18, allowing Ultimate Team fans a glimpse of what could be.
Lionel Messi, Kevin De Bruyne, Kylian Mbappe, Karim Benzema and Robert Lewandowski are the official five best players on the game – all rated at 91.
There are also a few rising gems… like 85-rated Pedri and Jude Belligham at 84.
Now the release of the Web App will allow fans to get the ball rolling, ahead of the game’s release on Friday, September 30.
But what time will the Web App be released? How do you download it? And could a very special guest be featuring in this season’s ultimate team? Here’s everything you need to know.
FIFA 23 will have twice as many real-life football motions making it the most realistic game yet
What time is the FIFA 23 Web App out?
The Web App is expected to be released at 6pm UK time on Wednesday (which will be 10am Pacific, 1pm Eastern and 7pm CEST).
Users will be able to access the new Web App here.
Can everyone get early access?
Now, we all can’t wait to start building our FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) side. However, not everyone can get early access.
You must have created a FUT Club in FIFA 22 before the start of August this year in order to be able to access the FIFA 23 Web and Companion Apps.
You won’t need to download another app if you already have the Companion App for FIFA 22, as this will automatically update to the FIFA 23 version.
When will FIFA 23 be released?
The FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition launches on Tuesday, September 27, allowing those super fans a few days of early access.
EA Play and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers will also be able to play the game early – via a 10 hour trial.
For everyone else, the big release date is Friday September 30, when the FIFA 23 Standard edition will launch.
The FIFA 23 standard edition will be released on September 30
Is this the last ever FIFA?
And now for the sad news (which you probably already know about).
This FIFA is historic, as it is the last ever in the EA series that’ll be called FIFA.
The franchise’s new name will be EA Sports FC… which doesn’t roll off the tongue in quite the same way.
But don’t worry, the game makers are the same, which means it’s still set to be as great a football game as always.
What new features will FIFA have?
The ‘FIFA’ franchise is set to go out with a bang.
The first bit of huge news is you can finally play as women’s club teams for the first time in EA SPORTS FIFA history, as the Barclays FA Women’s Super League and Division 1 Arkema come to FIFA 23.
This has been a long time coming, and is the most exciting new aspect of the game.
FIFA fans will be able to play with women’s football clubs for the first time ever
In terms of gameplay, hypermotion2 technology will bring twice as much real match data as FIFA 22. This means there’ll be over 6,000 true-to-life football animations, making it the most realistic football game ever.
You’ll also be able to take on friends on different platforms of the same generation – so if you have a PS5 you can play your mate with an Xbox Series X!
There’ll be more gameplay features too, with improvements in shooting, free kicks, corners and penalties.
Could FIFA 23 feature a Career Mode with Ted Lasso and AFC Richmond?
There’s been a hint… On Monday, September 20, Ted Lasso teased he’ll be part of a new computer game, and EA Sports responded with the ‘two eyes’ emoji.
This has led fans to believe a FIFA ‘story’ mode could let players take control of AFC Richmond, as Ted Lasso.
If this actually became a thing – it would be epic!
On Monday, September 20, Ted Lasso teased he’ll be part of a new computer game, and EA Sports responded with the ‘two eyes’ emoji
GRAND THEFT AUTO VI LEAKED
A hacker has released gameplay of Grand Theft Auto VI, the next installation of the best-selling video game, in one of the biggest leaks in gaming history.
The unprecedented leak includes over an hour of footage showing robberies, gunplay and open-world driving, and was posted on the GTAForums message board over the weekend.
It also shows some fully-voiced conversations between characters, including a female protagonist, in a fictionalised modern-day Miami, known as Vice City.
The hacker, who also claims to be behind a cyber incident at Uber last week, posted a message on the forum about seeking to ‘negotiate a deal’ with Take-Two Interactive Software, owner of Rockstar, which publishes the GTA games.
In a statement published on its social channels, Rockstar said it was ‘extremely disappointed’ to have details on the game shared in this way, but claimed that the leak would not delay the project.