FIFA is always one of the biggest games of the year, and FIFA 23 is set to be no different.
EA's flagship title is set for a reboot in 2023 with the launch of EA Sports FC, but for now, things are remaining consistent.
With that in mind, it's worth checking which consoles you can play FIFA 23 on.
The Standard Edition on PS4 costs £59.99, while on PS5 it costs £69.99.
PlayStation 5 will have all the Next Gen enhancements that we have grown accustomed to, and will also boast some exclusive new features.
Find out the key differences between PS4 v PS5.
The Standard Edition on Xbox One costs £59.99, while on Xbox Series X|S it costs £69.99.
Like PlayStation, the Xbox Series X|S will contain exclusive features unavailable to Xbox One users.
Find out the key differences between Xbox One v Xbox Series X|S.
FIFA 23 is playable on PC, with the Standard Edition costing £59.99.
This year, PC users will have access to all the Next Gen enhancements, as well as crossplay with the other Next Gen consoles.
FIFA 23 is playable on Nintendo Switch, but only the Legacy Edition.
This is a limited version of the game and thus costs much less at just £34.99.
Crossplay is available in FIFA for the first time ever, although it is only available to those playing on the same generation of console.
PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC gamers will all be able to play with or against each other in FIFA 23.
Players on PS4 will not be able to play with or against PS5 users, and the same goes for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
There will also be a shared FUT Transfer Market for the first time.