Some players got access to the full version of FIFA 23 a month early due to a bug in the beta update.
It’s not unusual for EA to provide access to the FIFA 23 beta so that players can try out the most notable gameplay modes and give Electronic Arts feedback, but it seems that thanks to this, now more players on Xbox consoles have access to the full game!
After the bug, many users have managed to access FIFA 23 content.
Several aspects of the game have been temporarily leaked, such as songs from the soundtrack, official socks for Liverpool and Arsenal players and some kits for Premier League teams, as reported by VGC.
Some people had limited access to these modes, as a bug in the beta allowed them to update the game and pre-load the FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition. Soon after, the title’s servers went down, and since then, EA has been doing its best to remove the leaked content. Of course, everything could change in the month until the game’s release.
FIFA 23 will be released on September 30, just under a month from now, for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Stadia and PC.
EA recently shared the complete list of confirmed licensed stadiums, with some notable absences. It also insists “wholeheartedly” that gamers “love” FIFA: Ultimate Team bundles.
Fifa 23 Liverpool Ratings🤔 pic.twitter.com/1InKhVqFLt
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