EA Sports today announced FIFA 23, the new installment of the football simulator that will, once again, appear hypermotion technology To offer more movements than ever before (and this time it applies not only to PS5 and Xbox Series X, but also to PC and Stadia, which is finally believed to be the next generation).
But, as always, Nintendo Switch users will stick with the Legacy version without any playable news compared to last year’s version… and earlier.
What’s the same, FIFA 23 Legacy Edition will be like FIFA 19 4, except two women’s league (French and English, no Spanish women’s club), new stadiums and an “updated visual identity”.
FIFA 23 on Switch, with no news or World Cup
The list of FIFA 23 Legacy Edition on Nintendo’s website comes with a notice: “FIFA 23 Legacy Edition will feature gameplay innovations similar to FIFA 22 with no new development changes or significant improvements.”
It will also include kick-off modes, careers, tournaments, friendly and online seasons, and women’s clubs, this time with clubs from the Barclays Women’s Super League and Division 1 Arkema (so Chelsea’s Australian player Sam Kerr is on the cover with Mbappe) ).
Which, in turn, is the same notice that was in the FIFA 22 Legacy Edition card. If you look closely, it’s exactly the same way. But with the dire circumstance that in FIFA 23 The Nintendo Switch won’t have the content of the two World Cups (men’s and women’s) that they will reach other versions.
They were not mentioned at any time in the FIFA 23 Legacy Edition file, so we must assume that this content, 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup in QatarYou 2023 fifa world cup Women in Australia and New Zealand, which will be released as a free update on other versions, will not be coming to Switch.
Nor will it contain one of the novelties of FIFA 23, crossplay, It is already limited in the main versions (only to one-on-one mode, without the service in club mode, where 22 players play simultaneously), and to generations only (with PS4 One; PS5 Xbox Series X). with and with PC / Stadia) )
But the Nintendo Switch lives out all the hype, and It also won’t have crossplay with PS4 or One,
On the other hand, FUT mode will still be limitedAnd while the PS4, PS5, Xbox Series, One, and PC share a common market, the Switch will be standalone and limited (includes manager functions, single-player and online seasons, single-player and online tournaments, single-player and online) Draft, Online Ultimate Draft and Squad Building Challenge).
FIFA 23 Legacy Edition will be released like all versions 30 september, And at least it will cost less. But many players are already tired of ignoring EA Sports for Switch, with such bad versions of its star saga.