Reportedly, FIFA 23 will add a long-awaited function
FIFA23 EA has not yet announced it, but we have new information about the game, courtesy of a new report that a very expected function will finally be added with the next delivery. The report comes from the way Tom Henderson approached Xfire, who affirms, more specifically, that the Cross-Play will finally arrive at all the platforms of the game. If this happens, it will be the first of the series. While many developers have rushed to adapt the popular characteristic, EA has been left behind in its implementation.
In addition to this, the report states that the game will contain both the male world cup and the female in the launch as preparation for the World Cup this year in Qatar. In the past, this content was often added after the launch. Meanwhile, it is observed that Hypermotion technology that was introduced with FIFA 22 has been improved “ten times”. To this end, the need to capture animations of real players through Xsens costumes, which is a lot of work, it is no longer necessary, since technology now uses real matches through stadium cameras. What does this mean for the game? Well, it means that the team has been able to collect 100 times more data, which in turn will be used to create more realistic and abundant animations.
Unfortunately, this is where the report ends. Of course, we will keep you informed as the situation evolves. Meanwhile, take everything here with tweezers.
FIFA23 has not been formally announced, but it is believed to be in development for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X and possibly also Google Stadia and Nintendo Switch. Meanwhile, it is likely to launch at some point between the end of September and beginning of October.
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