FIFA 23 release date rumours, crossplay, and more

Looking for more information about the FIFA 23 release date? We have everything you need to know about the next iteration of EA Sports’ iconic franchise

FIFA 23 release date: Trent Alexander Arnold in FIFA 22 pointing to the back of his shirt with his thumbs

For football fans, EA Sports’ latest FIFA game is a must-buy – and we don’t think FIFA 23 is going to be any different. With the latest team sheets, updated player ratings, and graphics to blow your shin-pads off, we can’t wait for the FIFA 23 release date to arrive.

Details on FIFA 23 are a little light right now – but EA Sports doesn’t change the formula much when it comes to their yearly FIFA releases. That means players can expect to jump into Pro Clubs with their mates, take their favourite club to the next level in Career Mode, and grind for glory in FIFA Ultimate Team. With the 2022 FIFA World Cup kicking off in November, FIFA 23 should also see the inclusion of this legendary tournament – just like the Russia World Cup’s addition to FIFA 18.

But what else do we know about the next iteration of this iconic series? Well, keep reading for everything we know about the FIFA 23 release date, the latest on gameplay, and all the rumours and leaks worth talking about.

FIFA 23 release date speculation

So, when does FIFA 23 come out? At the moment, we don’t know for sure, but the FIFA 23 release date is anticipated to fall in late September to early October in 2022.

For the last several years, FIFA games have been released within the last two weeks of September or within the first two weeks of October. This four-week period is roughly a month after the summer transfer window ends and we expect FIFA 23 to release in a similar timeframe.

We will update this guide when more information becomes available, but September 30 or October 7 are both dates worth keeping an eye on as FIFA often drops on a Friday.

FIFA 23 crossplay

According to reports, FIFA 23 will have crossplay between multiple platforms. Check out our FIFA 23 crossplay guide for all the info.

FIFA 23 rumours and leaks

Tom Henderson, an industry insider who regularly shares information on upcoming releases, reports that FIFA 23 is going to feature both the men’s and the women’s FIFA World Cup tournaments for the first time.

In addition to this, Henderson claims that several women’s football leagues are going to be featured in full. So far, the FA Women’s Super League, the National Women’s Soccer League, the Frauen-Bundesliga, and the D1 Arkema are all reportedly going to be included. Technology has also reportedly been improved, with the developer now able to use stadium cameras to capture player animations.

FIFA 23 platforms

FIFA 23 will release on Xbox Series X|S, PS5, and PC. Support for the outgoing generation of PS4 and Xbox One hasn’t been confirmed yet, but is highly likely. FIFA has appeared on Nintendo Switch before, often running on an older build but with new and accurate squad lists. We will likely see FIFA 23 on the Switch, but it’s unclear what kind of experience Nintendo fans will get. .

FIFA 23 trailer

The FIFA 23 trailer is expected to be unveiled in July 2022. This is based on last year’s FIFA trailer, which was released during the period of the Summer Game Fest.

We will keep this guide updated with the latest information from official sources, so take the above with a pinch of salt for now.

Well, that’s everything we know about the FIFA 23 release date right now. If you’re looking to refresh your FUT squad in the meantime, check out some of FIFA 22’s best kits so that you can dazzle on the pitch.