FIFA 23 was released last week and it looks like it will be one of EA Sports’ most successful titles yet. In its first week of launch, FIFA 23 attracted more than 10.3 million players, marking the franchise’s largest launch period ever.
It has received mostly positive reviews, with many praising the incremental gameplay changes. It is likely that the game’s popularity is partly due to its final FIFA license in the EA Sports football franchise, which might explain why fans have taken to the game so quickly.
It has been confirmed by EA that the game’s women’s club football content will be updated post-launch.
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‘FIFA 23’ is poised to become the biggest game in franchise history“We’ve seen an incredible response from our fans, and we’re thrilled that they are playing with their favorite players and teams across FIFA 23 in record numbers,” said Nick Wlodyka, SVP, GM of EA SPORTS FC.
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The Epic Games Store’s sales in India, in particular, could have also contributed greatly to the launch numbers. Several players were able to purchase the game for Rs 4.95 during a brief period of time when it was accidentally listed. It is important to note that Epic agreed to honor all Rs 5 purchases, despite the listing only being up for a short while.
In addition, EA Sports has introduced crossover content for FIFA Ultimate Team, including a Marvel collaboration as well as Ted Lasso and AFC Richmond as selectable managers. Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One are the platforms on which the game is available now. It was developed by EA Vancouver and Romania.
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