FIFA 22 is all set to release in the upcoming months with exciting new additions. There are already leaks about FIFA 23 with it set to be free to play and have cross-platform support
FIFA is one of the most famous football simulations game. Moreover, every year the fans have to wait for something exciting and new addition to the game. This year FIFA 22 is coming up with few new cards and a new game design. It is said that the game will be more realistic than the previous version. However, the game is delayed due to pandemics and is expected to get released in September.
There are already leaks coming about the next edition of FIFA which is going to be FIFA 23. It is said that EA, the developers of the game are going to make the game free to play. So, here are all the details about the upcoming game.
FIFA 23 Leaks: Free To Play And Cross-Platform?
Fans were asking EA from a long time to launch few installments of the game for free to play. However, players have to buy the new edition of FIFA every year in order to experience the new edition of the game. Finally, now the leaks of the FIFA 23 are suggesting that we might get the game free-to-play.
Free to play 🤝 Cross platform #FIFA23
— Donk | #FIFA22 (@DonkTrading) July 17, 2021
Every year, FIFA sells a million of copies of the game. Furthermore, just to get updated, players need to spend more to buy the new version. Now, they will be having options either to buy a new one or play the free version. Also, there are several in-game purchases that makes the game FIFA more valuable.
Also, the game will be supporting cross-play. Now, players can play the game with their friends if they have different platforms. Furthermore, it is not yet confirmed that the mobile version will support the cross-platform or not.
Recently, Konami released their new game eFootball. Earlier, the game was named Pro Evolution Soccer 22. Now, the game is free to play and supports cross-play. However, it can be said that to be in the competition EA is considering making FIFA free to play with the support of cross-platform.