FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition release date is almost here and football fans across the world are desperate to know when they’ll get their first chance to try out the game.
FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition gives players who’ve purchased the expensive version of the game some early access. Players can also get FIFA 23 Early Access via EA Play’s 10-hour trial.
FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition release date: What do I get?
Players who purchase the FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition will release a Team of the Week item, a Kylian Mbappe loan item, FUT Ambassador Loan Player Pick. FUT ‘Ones to Watch’ Item and 4,600 FIFA Points.
FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition release date: When can I start playing?
FIFA 23 will first be officially available to the public on September 27, three days before the full release on September 30. On September 27, players with the Ultimate Edition of the game can begin playing, as can players with active EA Play subscriptions, thanks to the 10-hour trial.
FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition release date: When can I use the web app and companion app?
EA community manager EA_rephii announced that the much-anticipated kick-off to the FIFA 23 season will begin with the launch of the FIFA 23 Web App on September 21.
The FIFA 23 Companion App, which allows players to manage their FIFA 23 Ultimate Team on mobile, will launch one day later on September 22.
FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition release date: When does EA Play trial start?
While we don’t have an official start time for the FIFA 23 EA Play trial, in previous years the game has been playable from around 4 PM UK time. The game can already be preloaded on Xbox by players that have pre-ordered the game, meaning that you’ll be able to start playing as soon as the trial starts.
Some players on Xbox already got a head start when the game was made playable on the console briefly earlier this month.
However, even those who made it onto FIFA 23 Ultimate Team won’t have an advantage, as the progress made during the accidental preview was wiped by EA.
This year’s version of the game will include a refreshed chemistry system, a new FUT Moments mode and a wider representation of women’s football.
Marvel and EA will collaborate on a series of special Hero items that will feature comic book-style graphics of some of football’s biggest cult heroes. These items will launch in conjunction with the World Cup which takes place this winter.