FIFA fans have been eager to get their hands on the next instalment in the franchise, up to now players have been less than impressed with the game on PC however FIFA 23 is going shake things up as it will give players the chance to experience next-gen gameplay on PC.
Gamers playing FIFA on PC have been plagued by a host of missing features and hackers running riot in the game, it’s no surprise that the majority of fans prefer to play the console versions of the game.
Now, FIFA 23 will finally be able to give players who use PC that next-gen experience, as its predecessor FIFA 22 was only able to offer next-gen gameplay on PS5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.
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However, it’s not all good news for PC players as FIFA 23’s cross-platform FUT Transfer Market will only be available for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Stadia users.
This means that Nintendo Switch and PC users will have have their own Transfer Markets, however it’s not all bad news, EA have revealed that there will be a brand new anti-cheat system coming to the game.
In a recent blog post, EA said “PC cheat developers have increasingly moved into the kernel, so we need to have kernel-mode protections to ensure fair play and tackle PC cheat developers on an even playing field”.
Reddit user ‘GeorgeCuz’ took to the platform to share the news with fans, the post read “New Anti-Cheat confirmed for PC for FIFA 23!”
The new EA AntiCheat system will stop external files and software from making their way into the game, also any software or community mods will not work.
So far, EA has only confirmed this anti-cheat system for PC players, it is currently unclear if we will see this come to other platforms.
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