The World Cup, which will be held in Qatar from November 20 to December 18, is about to appear in FIFA 23. Gamers are set to get access to the mode, which by coincidence was unveiled by EA.
Electronic Arts, in announcing FIFA 23, claimed “the biggest installment in the history of the series.” Thus, the developers chose to offer players a double World Cup (men’s and women’s), and apparently, very soon those interested can check out the tournament in Qatar.
— FIFA 23 News (@FUT23News) October 12, 2022
By mistake, the developers momentarily made the FIFA World Cup 2022 available on FIFA 23 for the PS5, and through this we had the opportunity to have a look at the menu.
We can see here such modes as FIFA World Cup Live, FIFA World Cup Kick-Off, Online Tournament and FIFA World Cup 2022. Gamers will have access to 48 teams, which is significantly more (32) than the number of teams participating in the tournament.
Gamers apparently won’t be required to play offline exclusively, and the developers will ensure online competition, something that should have a positive impact on the game – after all, there will be a chance to test our skills against other players.
It is difficult to say, however, what the balance of players will look like – after all, playing Senegal, for example, we will get a much worse lineup than a player who will play matches with France.