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FIFA 23 heralds the next generation


    It's the same issue that we've experienced when it comes to Madden NFL 23 and NBA 2K23 and NBA 2K23: however much we hate how they tilt the playing field for the side that is paid the most FIFA 23 coins, enough people are playing and spending on it that EA keep doubling down on it instead of the balanced and fair options we've come to love more.

    FIFA 22 heralds the next generation of virtual football, even though it doesn't completely reinvent the ball the attacking and defending gameplay is now fluid from moment-to-moment. Goalkeeping blunders and visual inconsistencies aside the game of FIFA remains to be one of the most complex and enjoyable multiplayer sports games available on market. Additionally, new features across Career Mode and Volta Football make FIFA's major modes more fun to play.

    Microtransactions remain a major issue but the small, incremental changes as well as the performance of the latest generation consoles have made FIFA 22 feel like a worthwhile upgrade without needing something revolutionary or particularly exciting on the part of EA. -- Jordan Oloman, September 27, 2021

    Player Career has a new personality system which lets you play, with the most dramatic air quotes, play the role of your favorite footballer. For me, this amounted to receiving 25 "Maverick Points that I used to buy a "High-end Hybrid Mattress' for a Serbian striker in the K-League cheap FUT 23 coins, so you can imagine the amount of time I spent with the system.