FIFA 23 is a football simulation game developed and published by EA Sports.
It is the last game in the series to use the FIFA license, with future instalments adopting the title EA Sports FC.
Other improvements include more nuanced personalities in Player Career Mode, new cinematics, a new menu, and more.
Ahead of FIFA 23's upcoming September launch, EA Sports has released a length gameplay deep dive for the title.
Italian football club Juventus has had its license available exclusively in the eFootball PES series since 2020, but is now coming back to EA Sports' series.
The feature set will be nearly the same as last year's FIFA 22 Legacy Edition, though updated kits, clubs, and women's club teams are included.
FIFA 23 will bring improvements to HyperMotion Tech, both men's and women's FIFA World Cups, cross-play support, and much more.
FIFA 23's cover stars are PSG's Kylian Mbappe and Chelsea's Sam Kerr. The latter is the first ever woman to be featured on a FIFA cover.
FIFA 23 will be the final football sim developed by EA Sports to have the FIFA branding, with future games adopting the EA Sports FC title.
FIFA and EA will officially go their separate ways after the developer releases the next FIFA game this year.
FIFA 23 will also feature both men and women's World Cups alongside major improvements to its Hyper Motion technology.