The FIFA 23 release date and time is coming closer. We’re probably still a few months away, but I’m sure fans want to know when the latest installment is going to launch. Well, in this guide, we’re going to give you all the information we have at the time of writing.
When is FIFA 23 Coming Out – Release Date and Time
UPDATE: The release date for FIFA 23 has officially been confirmed for September 30th. If you purchase the Ultimate Edition, you will get to play three days earlier, on September 27th. On consoles, the full launch will begin at midnight local server time, as will the early access. In the US, that does translate to midnight Eastern, so 9 PM Pacific. On PC, the early access will begin on September 26th at 3 PM Pacific / 6 PM Eastern / 11 PM BST / midnight on the 27th CEST. The full launch will probably be the same. Original text follows.
At the moment, we don’t know exactly when FIFA 23 is coming out, but we can make an educated guess as to the release date, if not the exact time. The past couple of FIFA games, all the way back to FIFA 18, have come out on a Friday, either in late September or early October. The latest of the bunch was FIFA 21, which came out on October 9th 2020. So, even during the pandemic, they kept the schedule pretty tight. This year, the last Friday of September is going to be the 30th. That makes it the most likely candidate for the FIFA 23 launch date. Tom Henderson, writing for Exputer, says the same thing, and he’s a pretty trustworthy leaker.
So, that is the most likely release date on which FIFA 23 is coming out, and the time remains TBA. Well, so does the date, technically. The info we gave you is purely conjecture on our part, confirmed by a leaker. Granted, he’s usually right on the money, but that’s no guarantee, unfortunately. Therefore, we’ll be sure to update this guide with official information the devs announce them. Whenever it does launch, you’ll likely be able to play it on pretty much every platform. Most likely, these will include PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, Nintendo Switch, PC, and Google Stadia. This isn’t official, either, but I think EA is probably not ready to forsake the legacy consoles just yet.