FIFA 23: Release dates, price, consoles, new features & pre-order news

The latest version of the hugely popular console game is coming soon. GOAL tells you all you need to know about the new edition

The next FIFA video game – FIFA 23 – is not far from hitting the shelves and gamers across the world cannot wait to get their hands on it.

It will be the final collaboration between EA Sports and FIFA as the two are set to part ways after almost three decades of association.

The new video game promises a lot and fans will hope it ends up being the best entry in the franchise. GOAL is here to provide you all the details on FIFA 22, including release dates, how much it costs to buy, the consoles it is playable on and more. 

When will FIFA 23 be released?

There are a couple of months to go before FIFA 23 will be released. EA Sports has not given out any official release date, but given the past instances, we can make a healthy guess of when to expect it.

FIFA 22 was released on Friday, October 1, 2021. If EA Sports sticks to a Friday release in the final week of September we can expect to grab a copy of FIFA 23 on September 30, 2022.

What is the price of FIFA 23?

EA Sports has not yet released the retail price for FIFA 23. However, it is expected to be around £59.99 in the UK and $59.99 in the US for the standard edition. 

EA Play subscribers might also benefit from a 10 per cent discount if they pre-order.

The special versions are more expensive than the standard edition and could well go up to £89.99.

Which consoles will FIFA 23 be out on?

FIFA 23 will be released on next-gen consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, as well as Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The game will also be released on Nintendo Switch and Google Stadia.