It lets you enjoy the usual dazzling soundtrack that FIFA 23 Coins features Bad Bunny bangers and underground music from DOSS and Cryalot. It's an experience to take the Bruno Guimar?es help while listening to the pounding German Drill that helps to make grinding out a terrible Career Mode season much more acceptable.
Beyond the moment-to-moment gameplay, FIFA 23 predictably focuses its changes on the mode that earns EA biggest money. The microtransaction-ridden Ultimate Team is flush with additions, but Career Mode and Volta Football barely get a look-in, which says much about EA's long-standing attitude to these modes, especially in this supposedly ornamental final FIFA-branded entry.
It's the same complaint we've had for Madden NFL 23 and NBA 2K23 even though we are against the way they tilt the playing field to benefit the person who spends the most, a lot of people are playing and spending money on it that EA just keeps doubling down on it, instead of the balanced and fair styles we love more.
FIFA 22 marks the beginning of the next technology in virtual football, even though it doesn't completely reinvent the ball however, the attacking and defensive gameplay is now fluid from moment to moment. The occasional blunders in goalkeeping and inconsistencies with the visual aside, this year's FIFA is one of the most refined and enjoyable multiplayer sports games on the market. Furthermore, new features across Career Mode and Volta Football have made FIFA's most popular modes more enjoyable to play.
Microtransactions will always be a big issue however small, incremental changes as well as the performance of the latest generation consoles makes FIFA 22 feel like a worthwhile upgrade without buying FUT 23 Coins needing anything revolutionary or terribly exciting from EA's side. -- Jordan Oloman, September 27 2021