FIFA 23 face scans are a great way to highlight the new and improved graphics for EA’s latest football simulation. This is all the latest information on the game’s face scans and player starheads.
EA’s long-running football franchise continues to be the best way to enjoy the beautiful game and one of the ways in which it shines is its graphics. FIFA has come on leaps and bounds over the years in terms of immersion and presenting an authentic-looking game of football.
FIFA 23 is set to be the first fully-fledged title to be developed with the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S at the forefront of its plans.
As such, expectations have been high in terms of how the game would end up looking, and, thankfully, it’s looking amazing! We already know a bit about what to expect from the game’s face scans, also known as starheads, and the capturing of its top players, so let’s jump right in.
- Confirmed FIFA 23 Team face scans so far
- Confirmed FIFA 23 Player face scans so far
- New FIFA 23 starheads expected
Thanks to reliable FIFA leaker DonkTrading, we know that Chelsea have definitely had new scans with multiple players having had them done already.
The North London club has some of the finest talents in the world from promising players such as Mason Mount, to established, world-class names like N’Golo Kante and Thiago Silva.
As more information is revealed about FIFA 23, the final game under this moniker before its rebranding, we expect to learn more about new scans being done for the game.
Again, we only know of Chelsea being subject to the face scan treatment so far, and Donk has confirmed that several players have gotten an update, including manager Thomas Tuchel.
The importance of player face scans was highlighted by some FIFA fans who have been calling for the likes of global superstars Karim Benzema and Lionel Messi to get new face scans as they are outdated, especially with Messi no longer having a beard.
So we expect to see a hefty overhaul of face scans this time around.
Generally, EA only has so much manpower, and so not every player in the world can receive a full player scan to incorporate them into the game.
However, after the events of the 2021-22 football and other factors such as license acquisition, we’re anticipating some new face scans for FIFA 23.
After being away since 2020 known as Calcio Piemento, the Serie A giants are set to be fully reintegrated back into FIFA 23 by getting their name back, amongst other official properties. As such, we expect the squad to get a complete overhaul in the player face department to signify that Juventus is well and truly back in FIFA 23.
Promoted Premier League teams
Whilst the Premier League has had to say goodbye to Norwich, Burnley, and Watford, it will welcome Fulham, Bournemouth, and Nottingham Forest to the big time! Expect a host of up-to-date player faces for all the teams as well as their respective managers.
The 2022 World Cup is set to be the most unusual one ever as it will take place during the regular season. A Christmas welcome beckons and as EA has already confirmed that FIFA 23 will get World Cup content, it’s likely that all 32 teams involved will be captured in all their glory.
EA licensed partner clubs
Certain clubs like Real Madrid, Liverpool, Manchester City, etc, are all closely partnered with EA which should mean that those clubs with close ties to the company will get another full treatment of player and manager captures and even updated stadiums too.
As always, the closer we get to the game’s release date, the more information we’ll have on FIFA 23. Stay tuned for all the latest information on the game as we learn more about its gameplay, modes, and of course, more player faces and starheads.