Play the FIFA World Cup™ for free in FIFA 23 from November. Experience football’s biggest tournament in FIFA 23 with all 32 teams, an authentic matchday experience, and the chance to play your way with online, offline, live, and custom tournament modes. Plus enjoy a full Season of content in FIFA Ultimate Team to give you the ultimate connection to the FIFA World Cup.
Get FIFA 23 now and play the FIFA World Cup from November 9. See what’s new in FIFA 23, with HyperMotion2 Technology, women’s club football, both men’s and women’s FIFA World Cup™ tournaments, cross-play features, and more.
You can play it on different platforms like Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. Kylian Mbappé is on the cover of the standard and legacy versions, while he shares the cover of the ultimate edition with Sam Kerr. Guinness World Records even recognizes it as the best-selling sports video game franchise globally! Fun fact: this game is also the final one under the 29-year partnership between EA and FIFA. But no worries, EA still plans to create more football games under the name EA Sports FC.
World Cup game modes
FIFA 23 features men’s World Cup game mode and apparently they’re gonna add the women’s World Cup game mode soon too! The game is supposed to replicate the 2022 FIFA World Cup and the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. They already released the 2022 FIFA World Cup mode on 9 November for all platforms except for the Nintendo Switch Legacy Edition. But get this: out of the eight stadiums, they only included Al Bayt and Lusail Iconic Stadium. The mode does have all 32 teams that qualified for the 2022 tournament, plus fifteen other national teams that didn’t qualify, like Austria, China, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Norway, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Scotland, Sweden, and Ukraine.