FIFA 23 Release Date: When is the new game coming out?

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FIFA 22 is at its end, with all eyes now on FIFA 23 after the start of yet another Ultimate Team cycle.

Keep reading for all you need to know about the FIFA 23 release date.

LATEST - Web App Launch

While the full game launch is still over a week away, you can get started in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team now!

The FUT Web & Companion App are now both available despite some minor hiccups.

This means you will have access to packs, SBCs, and most importantly, the FUT Transfer Market.

Release Date

As confirmed during the reveal trailer, FIFA 23 will be released on Friday, 30 September.

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IN THE GAME - A brand new start is just around the corner

Early Access for pre-orders begins on Tuesday, 27 September for those who buy the Ultimate Edition of the game.

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.

PRE-ORDER NOW: FIFA 23 for PlayStation at Amazon

PRE-ORDER NOW: FIFA 23 for Xbox One / Series X|S at Amazon

PRE-ORDER NOW: FIFA 23 for PC at Amazon

EA Play

The EA Play trial will be the time most people can access FIFA 23 gameplay early, allowing 10 hours of play (including Ultimate Team) for those who subscribe to the service.

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GET DOWNLOADING - It's always exciting to see the new game coming to your console

You can just pay for one month's worth of EA Play to gain early access, and it will often be available for a discounted price around the time of FIFA's release.

Previously, players could access the game before the Early Access period started, but this has now changed, much to the dismay of the FIFA community.

Check out more information on EA Play right here.

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