FIFA 23 crossplay is finally here. After years of waiting, you can now play the football game with your friends, regardless of which console they own. Earlier this year, EA ran a FIFA 22 crossplay functionality test, giving those who owned one of the current generation of consoles a whole new set of opponents to play against.
EA’s FIFA 22 crossplay test was a taste of what’s to come, setting the stage to introduce FIFA 23 crossplay to everyone. FIFA’s crossplay support doesn’t end there, as there’s also information about a shared transfer market across specific platforms.
FIFA 23 crossplay modes
With the exception of Pro Clubs and any of the co-op specific modes, every other online-enabled mode features cross-platform play in FIFA 23.
Here’s every mode FIFA 23 crossplay supports:
- FUT Online Friendlies
- Online Seasons
- FUT Rivals
- FUT Champions
- FUT Online Draft
Can PC players face off against PlayStation 5 players using FIFA 23 crossplay?
Yes, PC players can play against PlayStation 5, Xbox Sereis X/S, and Stadia players thanks to FIFA 23 crossplay. The PC version of FIFA 23 now sports the next-generation engine, which is the same version as the Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5. As a result, the FIFA 23 system requirements are considerably higher this year.
Which platforms share a transfer market in FIFA 23?
FIFA 23 may be split up into two versions of the game, but the transfer markets aren’t segmented into the same pools as the crossplay groupings. FIFA 23 on PC has its own transfer market, it doesn’t share listings with any other platform.
Here are the platforms which feature a shared FUT transfer market pool in FIFA 23:
- PlayStation 4
- PlayStation 5
- Xbox One
- Xbox Series X/S
That’s everything there is to know about FIFA 23 crossplay. If you’re looking for excellent competitive games, check out our list of the best multiplayer games to play against strong opponents. We also have a guide on the best football games if you don’t want to stray too far from FIFA.