On Team of the Week 11 day for FUT 23, EA Sports also announced the upcoming release of Title Update 6 for the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PC as well as Google Stadia versions of FIFA 23.
What can we expect from the major new update to the most successful soccer simulator on the market? Like every numbered game update, Title Update 6 of FIFA 23 is set to add and change quite a few things in EA Sports’ soccer dimension.
Regarding Ultimate Team mode, first, we can look forward to a new help button designed to provide assistance to all players unable to connect and a new Profile Tab in the Player Details section of some Player Objects.
Interventions aimed at improving gameplay are many. Playing against teams using the Constant Pressure tactic, AI controlled allied players will exhibit short passes more frequently, while the decay in Endurance will be reduced by 11.7 percent for the Constant Pressure, press after Loss of Possession and Press with Hard Defensive Touches tactics.
As for the visual side, selected elements in areas as varied as balls, kits, tattoos, boots, gloves, facial hair, Skill Move descriptions, badges, stadium themes, cheers, trophies, VIP areas, mascots and more will be upgraded instead.
In addition, bugs destined to be removed are not counted, beginning with the sudden disappearance of the radar that occurred during some matches.
You can find the full list of changes that will be made by the update on the official FIFA 23 Trello board. FIFA Direct Communication’s social channels have not offered an exact release date, but we estimate that Title Update 6 is scheduled to launch tomorrow, Jan. 12, 2023.
As already mentioned, this update will come for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PC (via EA App, Origin, Steam and Epic Games Store) and Stadia. While we wait, see the list of nominations for FIFA 23 Ultimate Team of the Year.
The latest Title Update will soon be available for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PC (EA app/Origin/Steam/Epic Games Store), and Stadia versions of FIFA 23.
Full TU notes are on the EASF Tracker.https://t.co/ZhgOjlMfBW
— FIFA Direct Communication (@EAFIFADirect) January 11, 2023