Electronic Arts presents the Career Mode in FIFA 23, described as the authentic experience of some of the most famous championships and leagues, including UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League, CONMEBOL Libertadores, Premier League, Bundesliga, LaLiga Santander and more.
It all starts with a new main menu with a new and refreshed design that promises to make your career as a player or manager in FIFA 23 more intuitive and bring more contextual information to the forefront to simplify your schedule, training, transfers and more in career mode.
A new way to play your career, Playable Highlights, allows you to take control of key moments in each match to determine the outcome.
Dynamic Moments are a collection of cinematics that highlight the progression of your FIFA 23 career in both Manager Mode and Footballer Mode.
The preseason competition structure has also been updated to a more authentic format, while in Manager Mode you’ll be able to play alongside over 350 authentic King Sport managers, more than 30 of which will benefit from their real skins.
Manager mode will also benefit from a new feature, the Transfer Analyst, designed to simplify the transfer process, including negotiations and financial analysis functions.
For more details on what’s new and improved in FIFA 23’s career mode, check out the clip above.
FIFA 23 will be available for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PC, Stadia, PS4 and Xbox One on September 30, 2022.