The next FIFA game put more emphasis on women’s football

by nativetechdoctor
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soccer has officially become an important part of the latest soccer game, FIFA 23.

According to Engadget‘s female soccer star Sam Kerr Chelsea is on the cover of FIFA 23. This shows that women’s football is finally becoming an important part of the game.

game FIFA will feature women’s club football teams from the top leagues in England and France, along with men’s soccer competitions at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and soccer. women at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup to be held in Australia/New Zealand.

International women’s teams have been in FIFA games since 2016, but this will be the first edition to feature teams at the club level. The women’s game has grown in popularity in part thanks to the Olympics and other international competitions, and the 2022 World Cup will give another big boost.

The two leagues are quite a few compared to the dozens available for men’s soccer, but it looks like EA is planning to add more through future updates. ‘s Matt Lafreniere FIFA 23 said: “We are committed to building an equal experience and look forward to helping women’s football thrive.”

FIFA 23 also introduces cross-play functionality and more ‘realistic’ gameplay with the latest development of HyperMotion2 technology, EA said. New technology applies machine learning to motion recording data to create smoother player movements during the pitch experience.

FIFA 23 will be the final version of the game with the name FIFA because it failed to reach an agreement with the FIFA organization on financial and exclusivity issues. However, EA still holds licenses for more than 300 football partners and has exclusive agreements with leagues such as the Premier League, MLS, La Liga, Bundesliga, and Serie A. The series of games will be renamed EA Sports FC in future versions.

FIFA 23 is scheduled to launch on September 30 on PC, Xbox, PlayStation, and Stadia.

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