Waiting: FIFA 23's PC version turned out to be the port with the current generation's consoles, not the past

Waiting: FIFA 23's PC version turned out to be the port with the current generation's consoles, not

The Eurogamer Portal noted that a press release on the occasion of the FIFA 23 football simulations confirmed parity between the PC and current-generation console versions of the game.

The FIFA series has been released on PS5, Xbox Series X and S since 2020, but both FIFA 21 and FIFA 22 on PC have been ports with PS4 and Xbox One, thus depriving them of advanced technical and graphic features.

With FIFA 23, it won't happen anymore: on PC, the simulation will receive the same improvements in HyperMotion technology, game process, animation and graphics that will be in the versions for PS5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Google Stadia.

In November 2020, Electronic Arts explained that it was not in a hurry to update the FIFA PC version to the current generation's console level due to a reluctance to raise the minimum system requirements.

FIFA 23 will be marketed on September 30 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, as well as Google Stadia. One of the main features of the project will be women's clubs and a cross-platform multiplayer.