FIFA 23 Ultimate Team: BRAND NEW chemistry system LEAKED

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FIFA 23 is just around the corner, with a host of exciting new features set to be announced over the course of the coming months.

With FIFA 23 Ultimate Team set to introduce some major changes to the mode, we have the latest on a recent leak that has suggested a change to chemistry in next year's game.

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Check below to find out everything we know.

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FUT 23 Chemistry Leaks

A recent leak from WeaverImBMW4er - backed up by prolific leakers such as FUTSheriff - suggests that a change could well be coming to chemistry in FIFA 23.

The leak suggests that nation/league chemistry links will be a thing of the past, with all players seemingly able to link with one another.

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The leak also suggests that chemistry will be replaced by a star system, with teams able to reach a maximum of 3 chemistry stars for their team.

It remains to be seen if this leak will come to fruition, but there seems to be a strong indication that this will come true.

What does it mean?

A chemistry rework isn't inherently terrible news for Ultimate Team, with some players abusing the system over the past couple of years.

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However, stripping away nation/league chemistry would almost make the system pointless, with a definitive impact on the use of Icons in FIFA 23.

Overall, this news could be a good indicator that Ultimate Team is moving in a new direction, we just hope that it isn't straying too far from the roots that made it so successful.

FIFA 23 Release Date

With the next game such a long way off, EA is yet to reveal their official schedule for FIFA 23, but we could see it soon.

FIFA 22 was fully launched on Friday, 1 October 2021, so if EA follows the same trend, then Friday, 30 September 2022 could be our release date next year.