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FIFA 23 is now available for fans of the series to buy and play. The last FIFA game from EA Sports after the disputes between the developer and the FIFA organization, the new game brings a lot of new features, changes and better graphics to the game, especially if you are on PC. Here are all the new features and fun additions that were included in FIFA 23.
Perhaps one of the biggest changes to FIFA 23 is the Hypermotion 2 technology that breathes new life into player movement in the game. Thanks to this technology, your favorite players move more precisely in the game than ever before. Hypermotion, powered by real-life motion capture technology, was already introduced in FIFA 22 last year, but only came to PlayStation 5 players. This year, the second generation of the feature is available on all platforms.
FIFA 23 is the first FIFA game with cross-play support, allowing you to play the game with your friends regardless of platform. This allows PC players to play against PlayStation or Xbox players and vice versa. To start cross-play, press the right analog stick (R3) from any in-game menu to go to the cross-play screen. From there, players can challenge friends in-game.
With the Power Shot feature, users can now enjoy a high-risk, high-reward mechanism in the game that allows players to press L1 + R1 (or LB + RB) while shooting to get a nice strong increase in projectile and projectile speed. almost impossible to stop from the edge of the penalty area. The trade-off is that when players engage, they must aim the Power Shot manually, otherwise they can simply shoot the ball into the stands. This is one feature that will take some practice to master.
With tactical dribbling, players will be able to simply use the left analog stick to dribble around opponents with efficiency and flair. Many new animations have been added to the game, which can be seen when you flick the left analog stick quickly and dribble the ball between narrow spaces. While you can use tactical dribbling on most players, this feature really shines on agile players like Lionel Messi and Marco Veratti.
Critical Comment Switch
Don’t you like it when the judges give you and your team a hard time about your performance? FIFA 23 lets you turn off critical commentary and nudge commentators Derek Rae and Stewart Robson to shut up if they don’t have something nice to say during a match. While several reports have claimed that the feature isn’t working exactly as expected just yet, the update should fix that in no time.
Women’s football and women’s referees
It’s nice to see that women’s football is finally being given the importance it has deserved over the years. With FIFA 23, you can not only play with a variety of women’s football teams across the leagues, but also choose between French player Kylian Mbappe and Australian player Sam Kerr (both of whom also appear on the game’s official cover) during the tournament. the initial training phase when you first start the game.
Ted Lasso and AFC Richmond
Manager Ted Lasso and his AFC Richmond team from the popular TV show Ted Lasso have quite a role to play in FIFA 23. The fictional team can be found in the “Rest of the World” section and users can use the team to play offline soccer. outside of games and in career mode. During cutscenes and matches, you will also see the manager Ted Las himself, played by actor Jason Sudeikis.
New soundtrack, including the song Badshah
The FIFA series has consistently had one of the best soundtracks in popular games, and FIFA 23 doesn’t disappoint either, featuring a variety of tracks from different artists and regions that all seem to fit the mood of the sport. Among these tracks is also a track titled ‘Voodoo’ by Indian rapper Badshah featuring J Balvin and Tainy.
FIFA 23 is priced at Rs 3,499 for the standard edition and Rs 4,799 for the Ultimate edition of the game. The title can be purchased on Steam, Epic Games, Origin and other game retailers.