In short, the new FIFA 23 display improvements look amazing. Since the launch of the new generation of consoles, we have been waiting to see the huge jump in visuals from the most popular sports franchises.
There’s a lot of light in this trailer that focuses on the MatchDay experience:
We won’t see the kind of contrast we saw when games moved from PS3 and Xbox One to PS4 and Xbox One X. This jump was unlike anything we’ve seen in console games. The NBA 2K14 trailer has likely sold 2 million consoles on its own.
The FIFA 23 trailer isn’t quite as flashy as that gem from 2K’s Momentous, but in right perspective, it scores as a respectable slate of new generation consoles and EA’s football franchise.
Grass degradation, specific comment additions, customizable sound effects for pointing targets, and grid physics are immediately highlighted. We hear Executive Producer Fab Moyo referring to the team as “harnessing the power of new hardware.” Many other sports video games seem more shy about talking about differences with the new generation versions of their games.
This is probably because a large percentage of the franchise’s fan base still plays the older generation. In any case, progressive sports players should be excited about the game’s elements on new consoles that show moderate to massive visual improvements.