This November, international football once again commands attention. Qatar will host the 22nd FIFA World Cup this year, which will be the first time the competition has been held there.
In addition to other favorites like Belgium and Brazil, the defending champions France will endeavor to defend their 2018 glory. And of course, there is England, who will be attempting to win the competition this year after failing to do so since 1960.
This also implies that FIFA 23, the last EA football game to use the “FIFA” moniker, will get a new World Cup mode this month before the competition begins on Nov. 20. The following information will help you get ready for the major World Cup update in the game.
FIFA 23 World Cup Mode Release Time
FIFA 23 will finally feature the eagerly anticipated World Cup mode on November 9 while the FIFA Ultimate Team update with new card packs will be made available on November 11 at 10:00 PT/13:30 ET/18:00 GMT.
Online competitions and a World Cup Live match type, which lets you play previous or current matches as the actual tournament advances, are also included in the FIFA 23 World Cup game. Check out the trailer below for a preview of what the new World Cup update will bring to the game:
FIFA 23 World Cup Mode Teams
You can play as one of the 32 countries who have qualified for Qatar 2022 in FIFA 23’s World Cup mode if you desire a realistic simulation of the competition. The breakdown of the group is as follows:
Group A: Senegal, the Netherlands, Qatar, Ecuador, and
England, Iran, the United States, and Wales make up Group B.
FIFA 23 Ultimate Team World Cup Cards
Group C: Mexico, Poland, Argentina, Saudi Arabia, and
- Yaya Tour (Ivory Coast/Premier League, 87)
- Park Ji-sung (South Korea/Premier League, 86)
- Ricardo Carvalho (Portugal/ Premier League, 88)
- Claudio Marchisio (Italy/Serie A, 87)
- Landon Donovan (USA/MLS, 86)
- Diego Forl n (Uraguay/LaLiga, 88)
- Lucio (Brazil/Bundesliga, 89)
- Rafael M rquez (Mexico/LaLiga, 88)
- Javier Mascherano (Argentina/Premier League, 88)
- Peter Crouch (Premier League, 85)
- Tomas Brolin (Sweden/Serie A, 87)
- Harry Kewell (Australia/Premier League, 87)
- Dirk Kuyt (Netherlands/Premier League, 86)
- Sidney Govou (France/Ligue 1, 86)
- Jean-Pierre Papin (France/Ligue 1, 89)
- Rudi V ller (Germany/Serie A, 89)
- Joan Capdevila (Spain/LaLiga, 86)
- W odzimierz Smolarek (Poland/Eredivisie, 86)
- Saeed Al-Owairan (Saudi Arabia/SPL, 85)
- Hidetoshi Nakata (Japan/Serie A, 87)
- Morientes (Spain/LaLiga, 89)
- Abedi Pele (Ghana, Ligue 1, 89)
- David Ginola (France/Ligue 1, 89)
- Jurgen Kohler (Germany/Bundesliga, 89)
- Jay-Jay Okacha (Nigeria/Premier League, 88)
- Antonio Di Matale (Italy/Serie A, 88)
- Mario Gomez (Germany/Bundesliga, 88)
- Diego Milito (Argentina/Serie A, 88)
- Joe Cole (England/Premier League, 87)
- Ivan Cordoba (Columbia/Serie A, 87)
- Jorge Campos (Mexico/MLS, 87)
- Robbie Keane (Ireland, Premier League, 86)
- Ole Gunnar Solkjaer (Norway/Premier League, 86)
- Freddie Ljungberg (Sweden/Premier League, 86)
- Aleksandr Mostovoi (Russia/LaLga, 86)
- Jerzy Dudek (Poland/Premier League, 86)
- Sami Al-Jaber (Saudi Arabia/MBS Pro League, 86)
- Lars Ricken (Germany/Bundesliga, 85)
- Tim Cahill (Australia/Premier League, 85)
- Clint Dempsey (USA/MLS, 85)
Tunisia, France, Australia, Denmark, and Group D
FIFA 23 Ultimate Soundtrack
Spain, Costa Rica, Germany, and Japan make up Group E.
Group F: Morocco, Belgium, Canada, and Croatia
Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, and Camerun make up Group G.