That means it's time to go out with a bang, with FIFA 23 rumoured to be the biggest and best of the franchise!
Read on to find out all the latest information we know about FIFA 23 on PC.
Latest - MASS Ratings Reveal
We've been getting glimpses of some potential player ratings through the deep-dive trailers, but now - thanks to an error from EA - a whole load more have been revealed!
Xbox One users were briefly able to gain full access to FIFA 23, with many using that time to share the current player ratings online.
Although they could still change before the game is released, it gives us a clear indicator of what EA plan to dish out this season.
As confirmed during the reveal trailer, FIFA 23 will be fully released on Friday, 30 September.
The 10-hour EA Play trial gives players a limited number of hours of gaming too and will begin at the same time as pre-order early access.
With FIFA 23 fast approaching, you can now pre-order all editions of the game.
Pre-Orders went live on Wednesday, 20 July at 12pm ET / 5pm BST.
As always, by pre-ordering the game you will gain some additional benefits, depending on what edition you go for.
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FIFA 23 on PC
If you are thinking of playing FIFA 23 on PC, there is something important you should know - it will have all the bells and whistles!
FIFA 21 and 22 didn't include the next-gen improvements, but EA has confirmed it will for FIFA 23.
- Minimum: 64-bit Windows 10
- Recommended: 64-bit Windows 10
- Minimum (AMD): Radeon RX 570 or Equivalent
- Minimum (NVIDIA): GeForce GTX 1050Ti or Equivalent
- Recommended (AMD): Radeon RX 5600 XT or Equivalent
- Recommended (NVIDIA): GeForce GTX 1660 or Equivalent
- Minimum (AMD): Ryzen 5 1600 or Equivalent
- Minimum (Intel): Core i5-6600k or Equivalent
- Recommended (AMD): Ryzen 7 2700X or Equivalent
- Recommended (Intel): Core i7-6700 or Equivalent
- Minimum: 8 GB
- Recommended: 12 GB
- Minimum / Recommended: 100 GB
Cross-play testing is currently LIVE in FIFA 22, so unsurprisingly EA has confirmed that it will feature in FIFA 23.
For now, cross-play will only be for players playing across the same generation of console.
This means PC players can compete against Xbox Series X|S and PS5 users.
Cross-play will also be available only in 1v1 game modes including Online Friendlies, Seasons, and Ultimate Team.
Read more about FIFA 23 Crossplay.
All your favourite game modes will return in FIFA 23, including:
A World Cup game mode featuring the men's and women's tournaments has also been announced, with EA saying:
"We are committed to ensuring the next FIFA is our best ever, with more features, game modes, World Cup content, clubs, leagues, competitions, and players than any FIFA title before."