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FIFA 23 Is Getting Its World Cup 2022 Mode Next Week, But Switch Owners Will Be Left Out

FIFA 23 gets a free FIFA World Cup 2022 update on November 9, 2022, bringing 32 qualified national teams into an authentic experience.

The FIFA World Cup update will be coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC, but unfortunately the FIFA 23 Legacy Edition on Switch will not be getting the update.

Instead, Switch owners will be left with the standard version of the game, which was given a 2/10 on release. Meanwhile, FIFA Mobile players can join early on his November 8th.

FIFA 23 players can play as any of the 32 nations in the next World Cup, with the entire tournament playable. Additionally, players can customize their tournaments to their liking. This means you can change groups or substitute some teams that didn’t make it to the finals.

The FIFA World Cup 2022 update also features an online tournament mode where players can choose their country and battle it out through knockout stages to win it all.

From November 21st to December 18th, FIFA World Cup: Live will be a live experience updated through the actual group and knockout stages of the actual World Cup tournament. This can be seen in updated fixtures and squads in each game, like in tournaments. If the outcome of the game isn’t what you hoped for, you’ll also have the chance to rewrite history and lead your team to victory.

The FIFA World Cup is another way to experience the tournament, allowing players to choose a country and choose a starting point anywhere in the World Cup. As they progress, lineups, match stats, and standings will reflect the actual tournament, providing an authentic single-player experience.

To increase the immersion in the mode, there are also “two stadiums with real stadium dressing, match balls, additional player head scans, iconic trophies and venues for the final”. The package also includes FIFA World Cup commentary, visuals and cinematics.

FIFA Ultimate Team will also be participating in the “World Cup Path to Glory” event, which runs from November 11-23, featuring 30 “Unique World Cup Heroes” and custom World Cup-themed Announced in Hero Shell. .”

Additionally, the biggest stars of the World Cup will be selected for the tournament’s squad, complete with permanently boosted items.

EA also hinted that the “excitement continues” for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023, with more updates to be shared in the future.

If you want to see if FIFA 23 deserves a World Cup update, be sure to check out our review.

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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @Adam Bankhurst and Cramp.

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