The FIFA 23 reveal trailer showcased some breath-taking gameplay, with HyperMotion2 set to take the new game by storm.
The brand new trailer also gave us a glimpse of women's football in FIFA 23, with EA confirming a major expansion for the women's game.
Check below for everything you need to know about women's football in FIFA 23.
Kerr Makes History
EA has just released the cover image for the Ultimate Edition of FIFA 23, with not one, but two giants of the game featuring!
Kylian Mbappe features once again, with the Frenchman also set to be one of the best rated, if not THE best rated, players in the game.
He is joined by Chelsea's Sam Kerr, who makes history as the first female player to feature on a global FIFA cover.
You can read more about the Ultimate Edition cover right here.
Club Football Arrives
Club football will be arriving in FIFA 23 for the very first time, with the WSL and Div 1 Arkema featuring in this year's game.
EA provided the following:
Play as women’s club teams for the first time in EA SPORTS FIFA history as the Barclays FA Women’s Super League and Division 1 Arkema come to FIFA 23 at launch. Plus, enjoy dedicated HyperMotion2 capture that powers the women’s game to make female players move authentically in FIFA 23. Gameplay - A new risk versus reward shooting mechanic, refreshed free kicks, penalties and corners, and more realistic physics bring the variety of football to The World's Game.
Confirmed Women's Club sides for FIFA 23:
- Aston Villa
- Leicester City
- Manchester City
- Manchester United
- West Ham
- Paris FC
The above sides will be available to use from full launch, with EA potentially hinting that more women's teams could become available throughout the year.
The FIFA 23 trailer and accompanying pitch notes have confirmed that the Women's World Cup will feature in FIFA 23.
Set to take place in Australia and New Zealand between July and August, the 2023 Womens' World Cup has been confirmed to feature in FIFA 23.
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