FIFA 23: Anticheat system, HyperMotion 2, women’s teams, and player ratings

On September 30, the 30th edition of the FIFA 23 football simulator will be released. Some details and game innovations are already known, as well as official player ratings have landed.

In particular, it became known that Electronic Arts (EA) launched a new anticheat system for FIFA 23. EA AntiCheat (EAAC) works not only in multiplayer but also in single-player modes.

The developers explained that cheat creators use such modes for reverse engineering. The knowledge gained about the device of the game is then used in multiplayer. 

“As part of our ongoing commitment to our Positive Play Charter, EA anticheat will be a tool that all our games studios can use in future PC titles to ensure our games are able to be enjoyed in a safe, fair environment,” EA stated.

According to EA, anticheat system will not affect performance and collect personal information.

HyperMotion2 will be another technological innovation, which allows to create more football realism in FIFA 23, learning from a cumulative 9.2 million frames of advanced match capture and writing new animations in real-time.

Changes will also affect the most popular Ultimate Team feature. FUT 23 brings new FUT Moments and a revamped Chemistry system to give you a whole new way to play and build your dream squad. 

Women’s club football is considered an important innovation in FIFA 23: Barclays FA Women’s Super League and Division 1 Arkema come to FIFA 23 at launch. In addition, the list of women’s football teams will expand. 

The first FIFA 23 player ratings have also been released, with Karim Benzema, Robert Lewandowski, Kylian Mbappé, Kevin de Bruyne, and Lionel Messi in the top 23.

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