The FIFA franchise is home to the biggest football games on the market, but in the past a lack of crossplay support has meant those on different platforms couldn’t hit the pitch together. But does FIFA 23 finally allow players to team up with their friends in cross-platform play on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC? Here’s everything you need to know about crossplay in FIFA 23.
Multiplayer gaming has incorporated crossplay for a long time now with more and more big titles letting friends hop into their favorite games together across different platforms.
The likes of Call of Duty and Fortnite, in particular, have pushed this move, but crossplay has remained absent from EA’s lucrative FIFA series. In FIFA 22, even those playing on different generations of the same platform couldn’t play together.
Read on for all the details on cross-platform play in FIFA 23, the latest football sim title.
Does FIFA 23 have crossplay on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, or PC?
Yes, FIFA 23 is the first game in the football series to support cross-platform play across different platforms. EA themselves officially confirmed cross-platform play ahead of launch, and now fans can finally make use of this long-awaited feature.
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Multiple 1v1 game modes such as Ultimate Team use the feature, and all platforms with crossplay share a single FUT Transfer Market.
Sadly, crossplay doesn’t apply to modes with more than two players going head-to-head. This means the likes of Pro Clubs and Ultimate Team Co-Op can only be enjoyed with those on the same platforms.
FIFA 23 players will no doubt be over the moon that crossplay has finally come to the series, even with a few caveats. Hopefully, the feature will be expanded and improved upon in EA SPORTS FC 24 and beyond.
There, you have it! That’s everything you need to know about cross-platform play in FIFA 23. For more FIFA content, be sure to check out our guides below: