FIFA 23: New Trailer Dedicated To Career Mode [VIDEO]

EA Sports has released a new FIFA 23 trailer that reveals interesting information about the newly added features and updates to the career mode.



EA recently released a new FIFA 23 trailer that takes a deep dive into the gameplay of the latest release. The trailer provided in-depth information about the gameplay and other enhanced game features. It was previously revealed that FIFA 23 would fully support cross-play for most game modes, but other than that, there was minimal information available to fans.

EA Sports FIFA has now released a new official career mode in-depth trailer for FIFA 23.

In the latest release, the trailer revealed several details about what’s new in Career Mode. The player’s “career personality” is one of the critical introductions in the upcoming FIFA title. It’s a system that creates a personal connection to the user’s character and allows them to define their character on and off the pitch. There are three different personality types – Maverick, Heartbeat and Virtuoso. Mavericks are described as opportunistic, Virtuosos as skilful and intelligent and Heartbeats, as the name suggests, are the team’s heartbeat, leading by example.

FIFA 23’s career mode also offers a cool new feature for players who want to progress in their career but couldn’t play the full 90 minutes.

Called Playable Highlights, the feature allows the user to play only those situations that directly affect the final result. Another feature, Transfer Analysis, analyzes the user’s actions during the transfer period and evaluates his transfer activity. With Authentic Managers, FIFA players can put themselves in the shoes of their favourite real-life manager. Career Mode also features a new CPU AI system that analyses real-time match parameters much more innovatively than previous releases.

EA has confirmed that the latest FIFA title will use HyperMotion2 technology.

As revealed in the trailer, there have been some improvements since the introduction of HyperMotion technology in FIFA 22. EA also announced that, unlike previous releases, FIFA 23 would not feature Russian teams.

FIFA 23 will be released on September 30 for PC, PS4, PS5, Stadia, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

Source: YouTube

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