Transfer FIFA Points from FIFA 22 to FIFA 23

If you don’t know how to transfer FIFA Points from FIFA 22 to FIFA 23, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we are going to walk you through the full process, step by step. We will also alert you to some things you need to know about the process and its limitations. Namely, which platforms you can transfer to, whether the process is reversible, and so on.

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transfer fifa points from fifa 22 to fifa 23
Transfer FIFA Points from FIFA 22 to FIFA 23

How to Transfer FIFA Points from FIFA 22 to FIFA 23

To transfer your FIFA Points from FIFA 22 to FIFA 23, you’ll have to log into the new game on either console or PC. You won’t be able to do it via FUT Web or any of the companion apps. So, you’ll have to log into FIFA 23 on the actual platform you’ll be playing on, and after you complete the transfer, you’ll find the Points on the apps. When you log in, you’ll get a pop-up prompt, which will give you the option to switch your FIFA Points from one game to the other. From there, just follow the steps. The earliest you’ll be able to do this process is during the EA Play early trial, or when you first enter the full game on launch (or whenever you get your hands on it).

So, that’s how you transfer FIFA Points from FIFA 22 to FIFA 23, according to the official Help page. Do keep in mind that the transfer is irreversible; you can’t move the Points back once the process is complete. Also, you can only do the transfer on the same console family. By that, I mean you can’t move the Points from a PlayStation to an Xbox. It has to be from a PlayStation version to a PlayStation version. Same goes for Xbox. Lastly, the FIFA Points are the only thing that will transfer when it comes to FUT. Nothing else carries over, including FUT Coin balance and Items. After all, that’s the FIFA business model – forcing you to purchase things over and over again, year after year.

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