Nintendo Switch players will once again get a completely different experience than on other platforms due to the Legacy Edition release.
Find out all you need to know about the FIFA 23 Legacy Edition on the Nintendo Switch right here.
FIFA 23 will be released on Nintendo Switch on Friday, 30 September.
Some players will be able to access the game sooner than that via Early Access and the Web App.
However, Early Access is restricted to those who buy the Ultimate Edition of the game, which is not available on Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo Switch users will once again be getting a Legacy Edition of FIFA 23, which is a heavily reduced version of what you can play on the other platforms.
This will be the fourth time Nintendo users gain this version, meaning the game will have been recycled without much improvement since FIFA 19.
As stated in the official release from EA, "FIFA 23 Legacy Edition will feature the same gameplay features from FIFA 22 Legacy Edition without any new development or significant enhancements."
"FIFA 23 Legacy Edition will feature an updated visual identity with a newly designed in-game front end and menu screens as well as a commentary refresh."
This includes the addition of the Barclays FA Women’s Super League (WSL) and France D1 Arkema (D1F) for the very first time.
The following Game Modes will be included in FIFA 23 Legacy Edition with the same features from FIFA 22 Legacy Edition:
- Kick Off
- Career Mode
- Tournaments – Licensed and Custom, including the UEFA Champions League
- Women’s International Cup
- Skill Games
- Online Seasons & Friendlies
- Local Seasons
- FIFA Ultimate Team
- Manager Tasks
- Single Player & Online Seasons, Tournaments and Online Draft
- Online Single Match
- Squad Building Challenges
- FUT Heroes
It should be noted that the FUT Live Content for the Nintendo Switch FIFA 23 Legacy Edition will be different from all other consoles.
Supported Play Modes
FIFA 23 on Switch will follow suit of FIFA 22, where you can play in TV mode, Tabletop mode, and Handheld mode, with up to 8 players playing at once.
Split Joy-Con Support has also been built exclusively for Nintendo Switch, which enables you to compete with your friends anytime and anywhere.
Without any additional hardware, players can separate the Joy-Con controllers and enjoy multiplayer game modes at home, or on the go.
Joy-Con support on FIFA 23 Legacy Edition includes:
FIFA 23 Legacy Edition will also support Pro Controller configuration.