Until February 14, PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive a 20% discount on the game.
The game suffered a last-minute delay due to “unforeseen complications” which arose during the submissions and approvals process, according to publisher Sega.
“Since the initial delay, the team at Sports Interactive and our colleagues at Sega have worked tirelessly with Sony to overcome the issues and we’re pleased to now have a release candidate ready to launch next week.
“While it’s unusual for us to release a game during a major football transfer window, our priority from the moment our initial launch was postponed was to get the game into the hands of PS5 gamers as quickly as possible.
“Once all the global transfer windows are closed, we will provide a data update for the PS5 edition in line with the updates for all of our other platforms.”
Football Manager 2023 includes newly-licensed competitions like the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and UEFA Europa Conference League.