FIFA 23 – Official Matchday Experience Deep Dive Trailer

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Join the FIFA 23 development team to learn all about the new FIFA 23 matchday experience. Covering FIFA 23 HyperMotion 2 AR Replays, FIFA 23 goals, FIFA 23 new celebrations, and more, this FIFA 23 deep dive trailer outlines each update and new addition.

0:00 – Intro

0:26 – On The Pitch

1:16 – Shadows

1:39 – Pre-Match Build-Up

2:31 – Female Officials

3:02 – FIFA 23 New Trainer

3:33 – Updated Crowds

3:48 – Camera Refresh

4:19 – FIFA 23 Goals

4:30 – HyperMotion2 AR Replays

5:08 – Netting

5:35 – Post Goal Sound Effects

6:14 – FIFA 23 New Celebrations

FIFA 23 launches on PC, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, and Stadia on September 30. Early access for FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition begins on September 27, 2022.

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