FIFA 23 will feature Cross-play and two World Cups

FIFA 23 will feature Cross-play and two World Cups

For the first time in the history of the FIFA franchise, the sequel will feature cross-play. This information is revealed by Xfire, FIFA 23 players on PC, PlayStation and Xbox can play together in all modes.

The article also reported that the new game will feature World Cups for both men’s and women’s teams. The Hypermotion technology that first appeared in FIFA 22 will also feature many innovations and improvements in the next installment in the series. The technology has been improved tenfold as it is now possible to capture animations in real matches with the stadium cameras instead of manually recording athletes wearing Xsens suits.

HyperMotion technology is a machine learning algorithm that records new animations in real time, based on 8.7 million frames of data collected. For example, in FIFA 22, matches take place with the participation of 22 professional players divided into 2 teams, all wearing Xsens motion capture suits. Hypermotion technology is only available on PS5, Stadia, and Xbox Series X/S versions.

Also, this game may be the last part named FIFA. In October of last year, EA publicly announced that it was considering renaming the FIFA franchise and that the series will likely be called EA Sports FC. EA said that if the company and FIFA cannot come to an agreement, they still have the license to use separate FIFA tournaments, players and stadiums.

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