FIFA 23 system requirements shouldn’t give your gaming PC the red card, and it doesn’t take much to get the ball rolling. The latest EA Sports outing can run on an Nvidia GeForce GTX graphics card, and you won’t need an RTX GPU to play with enhanced settings.
According to FIFA 23 system requirements, you will need something on par with the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti to kick off. To experience the game at its best, EA recommends using either a GTX 1660 or AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT – two 6GB graphics cards that have been around for a couple of years now.
To run around EA’s virtual pitch, your rig will need at least 8GB of gaming RAM, but you’ll need 12GB to crank up your settings. The FIFA 23 Steam download also takes up 100GB of storage space, so you might want to spring clean your SSD or hard drive to make room before the whistle blows.
FIFA 23 system requirements
|OS||Windows 10 64-bit||Windows 10 64-bit|
|CPU||Intel Core i5 6600k
AMD Ryzen 5 1600
| Intel Core i7 6700
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X
|GPU||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1550 Ti
AMD Radeon RX 570
|NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660
AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT
Again, most modern gaming PC builds should be able to handle FIFA 23. Yet, the latest football game is more demanding than FIFA 22, meaning you might need to revamp your rig to enjoy the latest version. If you’re a FIFA regular, it’s probably worth upgrading your gaming laptop or PC, as future EA Sports FC releases will likely require more GPU oomph.
Fifa 23 Steam Deck
Sadly, Fifa 23 is “Unsupported” on Steam Deck, as SteamOS lacks EA Anti Cheat and DRM compatibility. You could get the game running on the handheld gaming PC by installing Windows 10, but we’d suggest waiting for official support to arrive.
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